12 Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions Wins in 2017 as Movement Turns 12

On July 9, 2005, Palestinian civil society made the Call for BDS, which demands an end to Israel’s military occupation and the dismantling of its illegal wall; the end of the country’s institutionalized and legalized system of racial discrimination which meets the U.N. definition of apartheid; as well as the call for the right of Palestinian refugees to return.
 
The BDS movement was inspired by both the South African anti-apartheid movement and the U.S. Civil Rights movement. Since its launch more than a decade ago, it has succeeded in a number of ways in calling for the academic, cultural, economic boycott of Israel.
 
On the 12th anniversary of its founding, the movement published a list of achievements that have taken place just in 2017.
Read complete list in TelSur