Common Knowledge stands in solidarity with the Palestinian people. We deplore violence against civilians and call for a ceasefire, an end to occupation, and an end to colonialisation everywhere.
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Promises of the Storm by Emile Menhem (1982) from the Palestine Poster Project
Witnessing relentless violence is heartbreaking. It is so easy to feel powerless in the face of so much injustice, but your actions
matter. The only way to resist systemic oppression is through collective action.
Here is a selection of concrete actions that you can take to support the Palestinian people in pursuit of peace and freedom. We’ve kept this specific to the UK for now.
Join a local solidarity demonstration.
The next one in London is the
National March for Palestine
on Saturday 28 October.
Email your MP
to demand immediate action to protect civilians.
from companies that are complicit in Israel’s occupation.
Mobilise your union, community, council, church, or association to
Boycott, Divest and Sanction
Join your local branch
Palestine Solidarity Campaign
to start organising with others.
to organisations like
Medical Aid for Palestinians
Palestinian Children’s Relief Fund
Use your social media accounts to
amplify Palestinian voices
If you’re in Birmingham, go to the
Palestine: Information and Activation Day
with your family and friends. Make space for reflection, care and listening.
with all the incredible resources and reading lists that people are putting together, like
All the Walls Will Fall: 2023 Palestine Liberation Resource List
curated by the Palestinian Youth Movement or
Palestine: an introduction
, a zine based on content from the
Palestine 101 course
by Decolonize Palestine.
Palestinian Film Institute
celebrating Gaza, its people, its struggle and its survival.
online teach-in on Gaza
on Saturday 28 October or one of Ahmed Ansari’s open online seminars
Understanding Settler-Colonialism & Violence in the Modern Nation-State
Poster by Waleed Osama from the Free Palestine Project