25/11/2016 - 03/12/2016
Hewlett Packard may be best-known for their laptops and printers, but they also profit from Israel’s illegal occupation and oppression of Palestinians.
HP provide imaging for Israel’s discriminatory checkpoint and ID card systems; enable Israel’s deadly blockade of the Gaza Strip; provide services to Israel’s illegal settlements; and profit from Israeli prisons where the use of torture is systematic.
We know it is high time HP withdrew from their contracts with Israel – and stopped profiting from discrimination, occupation and human rights abuses – so we are taking action.
With our friends and partners from across the globe we are organising against HP. Here’s how you can get involved:
- Sign the pledge. You can take action now by committing not to buy any HP products until they stop profiting from Israeli human rights abuses and state sanctioned discrimination.
- Join our international week of action from 26th November – 3rd December
International Week of Action against HP
To take on this major international corporation we need a truly global campaign. So we are working with our friends from around the world to take action against HP.
In the UK we will be playing our part with actions throughout the country on Saturday 26th November. We’ll send you all the details of events near you closer to the time, but for now keep the date free and watch this space.
And if you’re in London on Tuesday 29th November we’ll be marking the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People by protesting at HP’s trade fair at the Excel Centre in East London.
We’ll be there from 9.30am making sure everyone that attends know of HP’s role in Israel’s oppression of Palestinians. Join us!