Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign
Arms companies supplying Israel have been invited to the Scottish Parliament despite the death toll in Gaza and allegations Britain could be complicit in war crimes.
An investment firm that sponsors Scottish cultural organisations invests in companies linked to illegal Israeli settlements in the West Bank.
Scottish ministers have rejected a controversial UK Government bill which bans public bodies from boycotting foreign countries and allegedly “backs Israel’s apartheid regime”.
Human rights groups, unions and environmentalists have urged Scottish ministers to reject a UK Government bill which stops public bodies from imposing boycotts on foreign countries.
An event at the Scottish Parliament involving an organisation that supports illegal Israeli settlements in the West Bank was cancelled following protests.
Aberdeen University has rejected a “working definition” of antisemitism for government and organisations around the world to adopt.
Lothian Pension Fund no longer holds shares in an Israeli bank which finances illegal West Bank settlements.
A row has broken out after Strathclyde Pension Fund has been accused of a lack of transparency over its investments in “problematic” companies.
Scottish universities have shares worth more than £2m in companies linked to the West Bank, it has been revealed, leading to calls for disinvestment.