PSC Weekly Update – 12 March 2010

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In this week’s update:

  • Thank you for lobbying your MEP’s: EU endorses Goldstone report

  • Protest against Jerusalem Mayor, 22nd March, London

  • Video and photographic evidence needed from Gaza war demonstrations

  • BDS Global week of Action: Ahava protests and more

  • Now is the time for boycott, South African politician tells PSC supporters

  • Watch a thousand candle lit marking 1000 days of illegal siege on Gaza

  • News, analysis, events and much more…

PLUS:

PSC & MEMO Public meeting: ‘Palestinian human rights and justice after the Goldstone report’ with Karen Abu-Zayd, former UNWRA’s Commissioner-General in Gaza . March 24th, 7.30pm, Cayley Theatre, Luxborough building, Westminster University .

Job opportunity: PSC has a vacancy for a book-keeper (7 hours per week) Contact psc.admin@palestinecampaign.org for a job description and further details. Deadline: 9th April.

Watch: Channel 4 Dispatches: Children of Gaza (The impact of war on children) this coming Monday (15th March).

Read the full update here…



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