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

Posted March 7, 2021, by & filed under Articles, 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 »

Clearly, not every child is worth fighting for: racism, conscience and the NSPCC

Posted January 13, 2021, by & filed under News, NSPCC / JCB Campaign.

By Dr Martin Kemp UK Palestine Mental Health Network   First published in Middle East Monitor, 12 January 2021 The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) is Britain’s largest children’s NGO. It is under pressure to renounce its relationship with J C Bamford Excavators Ltd (JCB), a manufacturer of building machinery,… Read more »

Demolitions Accelerate During November with JCB Bulldozers at It Again

Posted November 26, 2020, by & filed under House Demolitions, News, NSPCC / JCB Campaign.

JCB, the British company targeted by ICAHD because of its use in demolishing Palestinian homes, has been at it again.  Throughout November Israeli authorities have been sweeping through Area C of the West Bank with another surge of demolitions and for many of them, JCB bulldozers were used. On Wednesday, 25th November demolitions occurred in… Read more »