On 21st January 2016 the FFIPP Educational network for human rights in Palestine / Israel will host researchers from docP and SOMO.
Together we invite you to come along to CREA café, Amsterdam at 20:00 and hear representatives from these organizations share some of their knowledge about products exported from illegal settlements, and how they find their way here to the Netherlands.
DocP is a Dutch research foundation committed to achieving a free Palestine. In collaboration and solidarity with the international movement of Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS), docP campaigns against companies who profit from the occupation. For more information about docP check out their website http://www.docp.nl
SOMO is a research foundation too, with a focus on ensuring fair and sustainable development for all. SOMO researchers recently reported on the Dutch supermarkets profiting from the ongoing occupation of Palestinian land and they will share some of their findings with us on this night. For more information about SOMO check out http://www.somo.nl
The event is free for students and Euro for non-students.
If you are interested in learning more about the trade of products grown in the Occupied Territories but exported by Israel to the Netherlands, come along on the 21st.
We look forward to seeing you there.