Call for NSPCC to stop accepting donations from JCB – Completed Actions

Posted April 13, 2021, by & filed under News, NSPCC / JCB Campaign, Protest Actions.

Graphic footage of JCB bulldozers demolishing Palestinian property has been projected onto a wall next to the NSPCC’s London office to highlight that the NSPCC has accepted £5 million in donations from JCB despite the latter’s bulldozers being routinely used to destroy homes, water infrastructure and animal shelters. Olive groves are also ripped up. They… Read more »

Campaigners Demonstrate at NSPCC and JCB – 6th April 2021

Posted April 11, 2021, by & filed under News, NSPCC / JCB Campaign, Protest Actions.

Despite the cold, committed activists carefully participated in demonstrations on 6th April which focus on two of our campaigns within the UK. One calls for Britain’s largest children’s’ charity, the National Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) to sever its tie with the Bamford family who manufacture JCB equipment used in the demolition… Read more »

Report on JCB NSPCC Day of Action (4 March 2021)

Posted March 7, 2021, by & filed under News, NSPCC / JCB Campaign, Protest Actions.

This day reflected a brilliant national collective response to JCB and to the NSPCC, a charity which chooses to accept that firm’s money, despite full knowledge of the company’s tarnished reputation. In a nutshell, JCB is: named by the UN as complicit in Israel’s war crimes. being investigated following Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights complaint… Read more »

How Safe Are Palestinian Children? – NSPCC Day of Action – 4 March 2021

Posted February 12, 2021, by & filed under NSPCC / JCB Campaign, Protest Actions.

Working with our coalition partners, a Day of Action took place on 4th March.   “Every child has the right to grow up safely” … say the NSPCC, in advertising their 4th March conference: HowSafe2021 Every child? Including Palestinian children, right? Apparently not. The NSPCC takes money from JCB, knowing that their equipment is sold to… Read more »

Now Available: Recording of ICAHD UK Webinar: Resisting Israel’s Demolitions from Outside Palestine – Part 2 – 11 November 2020

Posted October 30, 2020, by & filed under House Demolitions, News, Protest Actions, Webinars.

Hilary Smith – Sheffield PSC, Stop the Demolitions Tom Anderson – Shoal Collective/Corporate Watch, Stop the Demolitions Annie O’Gara – Sheffield PSC, Protecting Palestinian Families, Stop the JNF Sharen Green – Protecting Palestinian Families, ICAHD UK with Monica Wusteman – ICAHD UK   This ICAHD UK webinar built on the previous one, a recording of… Read more »

Appalled Campaigners Picket JCB

Posted October 1, 2020, by & filed under News, NSPCC / JCB Campaign, Protest Actions.

Protecting Palestinian Families and ICAHD UK   Supporters of Palestinian human rights have held a vigil outside a JCB facility in Farnham, Surrey. They are demanding that major children’s charity NSPCC stop accepting donations from the giant company. Organiser Mayonne Coldicott said she had travelled to Palestine with the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions. “It’s… Read more »

Protest Against JCB allowing its bulldozers and pneumatic drills to be used for home demolitions in Palestine/Israel

Posted September 10, 2020, by & filed under House Demolitions, News, NSPCC / JCB Campaign, Protest Actions.

Legal Background UN Lists JCB for Violations in the Occupied Territory On Wednesday 12 February 2020, the UN Human Rights Office issued a long-awaited report identifying 112 companies involved in business activities in settlements in the Occupied Palestine Territory which violate Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. Among the companies identified is JCB, whose… Read more »

Postcard Campaign to NSPCC

Posted July 22, 2020, by & filed under News, NSPCC / JCB Campaign, Protest Actions.

This campaign has now finished but 3,000 postcards were sent to the NSPCC ICAHD UK is supporting a campaign initiative taken by Protecting Palestinian Families, an offshoot of Stop the Demolitions, to stop the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) from taking money from JCB, the British company that… Read more »