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11 June 2018

IT startup facilitates livelihood opportunities for Palestinians in Gaza, focusing on women

Author: Elisa Birnbaum, Yes! Magazine

"In Gaza, a Focus on Creating IT Jobs For Women", 25 May 2018...

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5 June 2018

UN Special Rapporteur calls on platforms to use int'l human rights law as basis for content standards in new report

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Company non-response
30 May 2018

Honda did not respond regarding Al-Haq's letter on the company's involvement in Israeli settlements

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30 May 2018

Palestinian NGO Al-Haq expresses concerns about Honda's involvement in Israeli settlements; Honda did not respond

The Palestinian NGO Al-Haq has approached Honda to express concern regarding its franchise agreement with Mayer Cars and Trucks, Honda's official distributor in Israel. Al-Haq point out that Mayer operates a garage in a settlement near Jerusalem, and ...

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21 May 2018

Japan / Palestine: Department store removes Israeli settlement wines from wine fair after NGO raises concerns

Daimaru, a high end Japanese department store, removed wines made in Israeli settlements in Palestine from a large scale Mediterranean wine fair, subsequent to concerns raised by the Executive Committee of 15 Days Standing for Solidarity with Palestin...

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24 April 2018

US Supreme Court rules that foreign corporations cannot be sued for human rights abuses under the Alien Tort Statute

On 24 April 2018, the US Supreme Court ruled in Jesner v. Arab Bank that foreign corporations cannot be sued in the US for complicity in human rights abuses abroad. The ruling, decided by a 5-to-4 vote upheld the decision of a lower court, which ruled...

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12 April 2018

Palestine: Over 40 Asian NGOs urge UN to release names of companies profiting from Israeli settlements

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8 April 2018

Palestinian football clubs urge adidas to cut ties with the Israel Football Association over illegal settlement teams

A letter signed by 130 Palestinian football clubs urged adidas to end its sponsorship agreement due to the Israel Football Association's (IFA) complicity in violations of international law. According to the letter, “[t]he IFA sponsors football matches...

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Company response
31 March 2018

adidas responded to human rights concerns regarding its sponsorship of the Israel Football Association

Author: adidas

Fundamentally, adidas acts in a politically neutral way. We equip teams with sportswear, athletic footwear and equipment for one goal: to promote sports and to be associated with sports. adidas holds outfitting contracts with several national teams in...

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26 March 2018

Indian rail company involvement in Jerusalem Light Rail project allegedly violates international law

Texmaco has reportedly signed an agreement with Israeli company Lesico to expand the Green Line of the Jerusalem Light Rail (JLR). The JLR allegedly runs through illegal settlements in or surrounding East Jerusalem. Reports claim that by connecting...

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