The struggle for justice in Palestine has always been at the heart of our work.
Find more information about this campaign below.
Ever since its creation on land expropriated from the indigenous inhabitants in 1948, the racist, apartheid state of Israel has been a festering symbol of colonial oppression.
With western powers aiding and abetting Palestinian dispossession and subjugation, it has been left to civil society to fight to uphold the rights of those who find themselves stateless, homeless, bereaved, maimed, imprisoned, assaulted and otherwise brutalised.
Every year we co-organise the Al-Quds Day demonstration in London that draws thousands of people to the capital to protest Israeli occupation and abuses.
We confront head on the efforts of the Zionist lobby in the UK to delegitimise or silence the Palestinian struggle.
We are active in the global Boycott, Divestments and Sanctions campaign that seeks to replicate the success of the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa.
We publish research and organise conferences that contribute to the pressure on politicians to act against Israel.
And we raise money for the victims of Israeli violence.
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Gaza is the largest open-air prison in the world, two million Palestinians live in an overcrowded small stretch of land. The outbreak of Covid-19 has added to the daily challenges of the Palestinians. In Gaza, where health services are stretched and unemployment is high, many families are always struggling financially to make ends meet and get the essential care they need. Statistics indicate that there are around 20,000 orphaned children in the Gaza Strip. Without your ongoing support, many of these children will struggle to meet their basic needs.
Key facts & figures
From 1946 to the present day, Palestinians have seen the percentage of land they control shrink from 96% to 12%.
The Israeli/Egyptian blockade of the Gaza Strip has created an unemployment rate of 45%.
There are approximately six million Palestinian refugees making them the world’s largest refugee population.
An academic study in 2020 found that 53.5% of children in Gaza were suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
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