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  1. The GCU Palestine Society partners with universities and organisations across Scotland, Palestine, and the international community to:

    – increase awareness about the ongoing violations of Palestinian civil and human rights and livelihoods
    – and create opportunities for cultural and academic exchanges between GCU and Palestine
    -Answer Palestinian civil society’s call for a global non-violent campaign of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against Israel until it adheres to International Law by:

    Ending the military occupation of Palestine and dismantling the apartheid wall

    Granting full equal rights to Palestinian citizens of Israel

    Accepting and facilitating the Right of Return for Palestinian refugees

    We are part of a growing student movement to demand justice in Palestine, and to recognise the responsibilities we have as students, as citizens of the UK, and as members of the international community to end the violent occupations that our governments enable. We are not exclusive to or affiliated with any political party, ethnicity, or religion. What we have in common is a vision for justice, peace, and an end to one of the most important and longest standing conflicts in the world today.

    We campaign for Palestine on firm principles of universal human rights and anti-racism

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