McGill University students rejected a divestment motion against Israel.
The Northwestern University student government passed a resolution calling on the university to divest from six corporations whose products are accused of being used by Israel to violate Palestinians’ human rights.
A Presbyterian group took out a full-page ad in The New York Times calling on fellow church members to oppose divestment from Israel.
When Princeton professors put out a call for Israel divestment, the campus Hillel condemned their petition on behalf of all Jewish students. Maya Rosen says that’s wrong.
A petition by Princeton professors calling for divestment from the Israeli occupation has sparked a fierce campus battle — and exposed deep fault lines within the Jewish community.
EDITORIAL: The campaign to get universities to divest from fossil fuels is failing. Institutions don’t get that climate change is a moral issue — and one they can do something about.
South Africa’s Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Wednesday urged Dutch pension fund ABP, the world’s third largest, to “strike a powerful, non-violent blow for peace in the Middle East” by divesting from three Israeli banks.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) removed the sale of an anti-Zionist tract from its website.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) said it is “committed more than ever” to working with the Jewish community after its vote to divest from three companies doing business with Israeli security forces in the West Bank.
Does Presbyterian divestment smack of anti-Semitism, as Jane Eisner suggests? Elisheva Goldberg says the ‘double standard’ argument misses the point of the Church’s vote.