Israeli Apartheid Week |



The 13th Annual Israeli Apartheid Week will take place all around the world between March – April 2017.

Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) is an international series of events that seeks to raise awareness of Israel’s settler-colonial project and apartheid system over the Palestinian people and to build support for the growing Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.

Inspired by the popular resistance across historic Palestine and struggles worldwide, IAW 2016 included a wide range of events, from lectures, film screenings, cultural performances, BDS actions, to postering in metro stations, setting up apartheid walls on campuses, and many more. These actions took place in more than 225 cities across the world.

The coming year (2017) will mark 100 years of Palestinian resistance against settler colonialism, since the inception of the Balfour Declaration. IAW will be an opportunity to reflect on this resistance and further advance BDS campaigns for the continued growth and impact of the movement. Despite all the legislative attacks on BDS internationally, IAW and the BDS movement continue to build linkages and solidarity with other struggles to achieve freedom, justice, and equality.

If you would like to organize and be part of Israeli Apartheid Week on your campus or in your city, check out what events are already planned at, find us on Facebook and Twitter, register online and get in touch with IAW coordinators in your region.

IAW Dates in chronological order:

28 Feb – 6 Mar: UK

6 – 12 Mar: Europe, North America and Africa

11 – 18 Mar: Palestine and Palestinian refugee camps

19 – 25 Mar: Arab World

3 – 10 April: Latin America


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Israeli Apartheid Week is organised by an international network of grassroots solidarity groups, unions and activists. Organising IAW events on your campus or in your city is easy. Register now to receive an info pack full of ideas and inspiration and to be able to promote your events on this website.


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