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Students urge end to US-Israel police exchanges

California students support divestment despite pressure.

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US judge throws out key claim against academic boycott of Israel

Lawyers hail “significant victory” against lawfare effort to reverse American Studies Association’s Israel boycott.

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Indigenous rights defender urged to cancel Israel lecture

James Anaya, former UN special rapporteur on Indigenous rights, is defending his decision to speak at Hebrew University.

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Why has an Israeli diplomat smeared me?

Apartheid state’s representatives can’t accept that they are not welcome at UK universities.

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Chile students vote to end ties with Israeli universities

Support for the academic boycott called by Palestinians is growing across Latin America.

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Labour leadership challenger Owen Smith opposes BDS

Wants to “build bridges” with Israel instead of boycott.

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Genocide scholars pull out of Israel conference

UK scholar criticizes academic group’s failure to respond to Palestinian appeals.

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UN genocide official warned not to be complicit in Israel’s crimes

Hundreds of academics urge International Network of Genocide Scholars not to hold conference in Jerusalem.

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Full might of Israel lobby ekes out razor-thin win in anthropology vote

Despite defeat of boycott, American Anthropological Association plans to challenge Israel’s abuses of Palestinian rights.

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Israel jails astrophysicist for Facebook posts

Hunger strikers continue struggles against Israeli detention without charge.

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