The Declaration of Falsification and Lies: Declaration on the Supression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid in Historic Palestine

By Israel Academia Monitor

29.07.21
Editorial Note

Israel has not properly addressed the accusations of apartheid and the calls for punishment. The distortion of the truth and outright lies that have been spread are easily refutable. 

The “Declaration on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid in Historic Palestine” is a case in point. The document represents an initiative by Ahmed Abbes, a Tunisian French mathematician from the Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques.   Richard Falk, professor emeritus of international law at Princeton University, a long-time anti-Israel activist, had assisted with the project.   

The following statements comprise the Declaration: 

1- Israel has subjected the Palestinian people for 73 years to an ongoing catastrophe, known as the Nakba, a process that included massive displacement, ethnic cleansing, war crimes, and crimes against humanity;

2- Israel has established an apartheid regime on the entire territory of historic Palestine and directed toward the whole of the deliberately fragmented Palestinian people; Israel itself no longer seeks to hide its apartheid character, claiming Jewish supremacy and exclusive Jewish rights of self-determination in all of historic Palestine through the adoption in 2018 by the Knesset of a new Basic Law;

3-The apartheid character of Israel has been confirmed and exhaustively documented by widely respected human rights organizations, Adalah, B’Tselem, Human Rights Watch, and in the UN ESCWA academic study that stresses the importance of defining Israeli apartheid as extending to people rather than limited to space, [“Israeli Practices towards the Palestinian People and the Question of Apartheid,” UN ESCWA, 2017];

4- Israel periodically unleashes massive violence with devastating impacts on Palestinian civilian society, particularly against the population of Gaza, which endures widespread devastation, collective trauma, and many deaths and casualties, aggravated by being kept under an inhuman and unlawful blockade for over 14 years, and throughout the humanitarian emergency brought about by the COVID pandemic;

5- Western powers have facilitated and even subsidized for more than seven decades this Israeli system of colonization, ethnic cleansing, and apartheid, and continue to do so diplomatically, economically, and even militarily.
 
However, there are answers to this egregious declaration:

1- Prior to 1948, the Palestinian Arabs had no intention of co-existing with the Jews and occasionally responded with massacres (1920, 1921, 1929, 1936-9)  The Palestinian leader, Mufti Hajj Amin Al-Husseini, collaborated with Hitler and helped round up Jews in Bosnia in 1941.  He hoped that the Germans would conquer Palestine and set up extermination camps like in Europe.  When, in 1947, the United Nations offered the Partition Plan, the Palestinians rejected it and, with the help of the Arab States, invaded the fledgling state of Israel. They had the misfortune of losing the 1948 war and, like other losing belligerents, had to live with the consequences. 

2- The accusation that Israel is an apartheid regime is misguided. In Israel itself, there are Palestinian Israelis who enjoy democratic freedom. The rest of the Palestinians who live under the Palestinian Authority and Hamas – both non-democratic entities – had enjoyed fewer rights than the compatriots in Israel.  In fact, Hamas runs a brutal dictatorship in the Gaza Strip, and, recently, the Abbas government in the West Bank had cracked the whip against critics. 

3-The apartheid accusations by the human rights organizations such as Adalah, B’Tselem, and Human Rights Watch have been based on falsified information obtained from the same sources.  As for the 2017 United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (UN ESCWA) report, the U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has asked ESCWA to remove the report from its website as it was published without consultation with the U.N. secretariat. Therefore, Rima Khalaf, the UN Under-Secretary-General, and ESCWA Executive Secretary, resigned.  The United States Mission to the U.N. published Ambassador Nikki Haley’s response to the resignation of Khalaf: “When someone issues a false and defamatory report in the name of the UN, it is appropriate that the person resign. UN agencies must do a better job of eliminating false and biased work, and I applaud the Secretary General’s decision to distance his good office from it.”  Worth noting that the ESCWA comprises 20 Arab States: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania, Oman, State of Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen, among them the worse enemies of Israel. Most of these states are not democratic and violate their citizens’ human rights far worse than Israel.   

4- Contrary to the assumption that “Israel periodically unleashes massive violence with devastating impacts on Palestinian civilian society,” it is the Palestinian society that periodically unleashes massive violent attacks against Israel. The recent war that Gaza started and the revelation of underground tunnels from Gaza into the heart of Israeli villages prove the extent of the belligerence of the Palestinians.  Israel has the right to protect itself from such aggressions. Blaming Israel for the Gaza blockade for over 14 years is wrong. Egypt has blocked Gaza too for committing acts of terrorism on Egyptian soil. Following a terrorist attack from Gaza that killed 31 Egyptian soldiers in 2014, Egypt started expanding the buffer zone between Gaza and Egypt. As for mentioning the COVID pandemic, it cannot be blamed on Israel.
 
5- No Western or other states would have accepted terrorist and missile attacks targeting its people. Israel’s reactions were moderate, aiming at the Palestinian militant groups while avoiding harming the civilian population. 

The signers of this document include some Israeli academics, Hagit Borer, Neve Gordon, Haim Bresheeth, Adi Ophir, Anat Matar, Emmanuel Farjoun. They request “the establishment of a democratic constitutional arrangement.” While Israel is a democratic state, Palestine is not. 

The Palestinian people are responsible for their mismanagement. Israeli academics, activists, and others should stop pretending they are unaware of Palestinian misconduct. It behooves the Tunisian French mathematician and the large group of signers to pressure the Palestinians to become democratic, peace-loving, and respectful of human rights.

References
https://www.transcend.org/tms/2021/07/declaration-of-the-crime-of-apartheid-israel/
https://www.jadaliyya.com/Details/43063
https://www.aurdip.org/declaration-on-the-suppression-and.html?lang=en

Declaration on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid in Historic Palestine

6 July | fr français

Over 900 scholars, artists and intellectuals from more than 45 countries have signed the following declaration calling for the dismantling of the apartheid regime set up on the territory of historic Palestine and the establishment of a democratic constitutional arrangement that grants all its inhabitants equal rights and duties. The signatories include many distinguished figures, including the Nobel Peace Prize laureates Adolfo Pérez Esquivel and Mairead Maguire, the Nobel Chemistry Laureate George Smith, academics with legal expertise Monique Chemillier-Gendreau, John Dugard and Richard Falk, scholars Étienne Balibar, Hagit Borer, Ivar Ekeland, Suad Joseph, Edgar Morin, Jacques Rancière, Roshdi Rashed and Gayatri Spivak, health researcher Sir Iain Chalmers, composer Brian Eno, musician Roger Waters, author Ahdaf Soueif, economist and former Assistant Secretary-General of the UN Sir Richard Jolly, former Vice President European Parliament Luisa Morgantini, South African politician and veteran anti-apartheid leader Ronnie Kasrils and Canadian peace activist and former national leader of the Green Party of Canada Joan Russow.

Declaration on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid in Historic Palestine

Whereas:

1- Israel has subjected the Palestinian people for 73 years to an ongoing catastrophe, known as the Nakba, a process that included massive displacement, ethnic cleansing, war crimes, and crimes against humanity;

2- Israel has established an apartheid regime on the entire territory of historic Palestine and directed toward the whole of the deliberately fragmented Palestinian people; Israel itself no longer seeks to hide its apartheid character, claiming Jewish supremacy and exclusive Jewish rights of self-determination in all of historic Palestine through the adoption in 2018 by the Knesset of a new Basic Law;

3-The apartheid character of Israel has been confirmed and exhaustively documented by widely respected human rights organizations, AdalahB’TselemHuman Rights Watch, and in the UN ESCWA academic study that stresses the importance of defining Israeli apartheid as extending to people ratherthan limited to space, [“Israeli Practices towards the Palestinian People and the Question of Apartheid,” UN ESCWA, 2017];

4- Israel periodically unleashes massive violence with devastating impacts on Palestinian civilian society, particularly against the population of Gaza, which endures widespread devastation, collective trauma, and many deaths and casualties, aggravated by being kept under an inhuman and unlawful blockade for over 14 years, and throughout the humanitarian emergency brought about by the COVID pandemic;

5- Western powers have facilitated and even subsidized for more than seven decades this Israeli system of colonization, ethnic cleansing, and apartheid, and continue to do so diplomatically, economically, and even militarily.

Considering:

i- The Universal Declaration of Human Rights which stipulates in its first article that ’all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.’ And taking account that the inalienable right of self-determination is common Article 1 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Political Rights, and as such, a legal and ethical entitlement of all peoples.

ii- The International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid which stipulates in Article I that ’apartheid is a crime against humanity and that inhuman acts resulting from the policies and practices of apartheid and similar policies and practices of racial segregation and discrimination, as defined in article II of the Convention, are crimes violating the principles of international law, in particular the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations, and constituting a serious threat to international peace and security.’ The States Parties to this Convention undertake in accordance with Article IV:
_  “(a) To adopt any legislative or other measures necessary to suppress as well as to prevent any encouragement of the crime of apartheid and similar segregationist policies or their manifestations and to punish persons guilty of that crime;
_  “(b) To adopt legislative, judicial and administrative measures to prosecute, bring to trial and punish in accordance with their jurisdiction persons responsible for, or accused of, the acts defined in article II of the present Convention, whether or not such persons reside in the territory of the State in which the acts are committed or are nationals of that State or of some other State or are stateless persons.”

The endorsers of this document:

A- Declare their categorical rejection of the apartheid regime set up on the territory of historic Palestine and imposed on the Palestinian people as a whole, including refugees and exiles wherever they might be in the world.

B- Call for the immediate dismantling of this apartheid regime and the establishment of a democratic constitutional arrangement that grants and implements on all the inhabitants of this land equal rights and duties, regardless of their racial, ethnic, and religious identities, or gender preferences, and which respects and enforces international law and human conventions, and in particular gives priority to the long deferred right of return of Palestinian refugees expelled from their towns and villages during the creation of the State of Israel, and subsequently.

C- Urge their governments to cease immediately their complicity with Israel’s apartheid regime, to join in the effort to call for the dismantling of apartheid structures and their replacement by an egalitarian democratic governance that treats everyone subject to its authority in accordance with their rights and with full respect for their humanity, and to make this transition in a manner sensitive to the right of self-determination enjoyed by both peoples presently inhabiting historic Palestine.

D- Call for the establishment of a National Commission of Peace, Reconciliation, and Accountability to accompany the transition from apartheid Israel to a governing process sensitive to human rights and democratic principles and practices. In the interim, until such a process is underway, issue a call for the International Criminal Court to launch a formal investigation of Israeli political leaders and security personnel guilty of perpetuating the crime of apartheid.

* Academics, artists and intellectuals can endorse this declaration by completing this form.

* Endorsed by 969 academics, artists and intellectuals on July 17, 2021 (click here for the full list), including

  1. Ahmed Abbes, mathematician, Director of research in Paris, France
  2. Sinan Antoon, New York University, United States
  3. John Avery, Writer, Denmark
  4. Bertrand Badie, Sciences Po Paris, France
  5. Étienne Balibar, Anniversary Chair of Modern European Philosophy, Kingston University London, United Kingdom
  6. Anthony Barnett, Writer, United Kingdom
  7. Edmond Baudoin, Auteur de bandes dessinées, France
  8. Jacob Berger, Filmmaker, Switzerland
  9. George Bisharat, UC Hastings College of the Law/Professor, musician, United States
  10. Nicolas Boeglin, Professor of Public International Law, University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica
  11. Hagit Borer, Professor, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
  12. Grazia Borrini-Feyerabend, Council of Elders of the ICCA Consortium, Switzerland
  13. Bruno Boussagol, Metteur en scène, France
  14. Daniel Boyarin, Taubman Professor of Talmudic Culture, UC Berkeley, United States
  15. Anouar Brahem, Musician, Composer, Tunisia
  16. Rony Brauman, Physician, writer, former president of Médecins Sans Frontières, France
  17. Victoria Brittain, Writer and journalist, United Kingdom
  18. Iain Chalmers, Editor, James Lind Library, United Kingdom
  19. Hafidha Chekir, Emeritus Professor of Public Law, Al Manar University, Tunis; Vice President of the International Federation for Human Rights, Tunisia
  20. Monique Chemillier-Gendreau, Professeure émérite de droit public et de sciences politiques, Université Paris-Diderot, France
  21. David Comedi, National University of Tucumán and National Research Council, Argentina
  22. Jean-Paul Cruse, Écrivain indépendant, France
  23. Laurent Cugny, Professeur, Sorbonne Université, France
  24. Eric David, Emeritus Professor of International Law at the Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
  25. Chandler Davis, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, University of Toronto, Canada
  26. Sonia Dayan-Herzbrun, Professeure émérite à l’Université de Paris, France
  27. Herman De Ley, Emeritus Professor, Ghent University, Belgium
  28. Raymond Deane, Composer, author, Ireland
  29. John Dugard, University of Leiden, Netherlands
  30. Ivar Ekeland, Professor emeritus of mathematics and former President, University of Paris-Dauphine, France
  31. Brian Eno, Artist/Composer, United Kingdom
  32. Adolfo Esquivel, Premio Nobel de la Paz 1980 (Nobel Peace Prize 1980), Argentina
  33. Richard Falk, Professor of International Law, Emeritus, Princeton University, United States
  34. Emmanuel Farjoun, Emeritus Professor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
  35. Jan Fermon, Avocat. Secrétaire général Association Internationale des Juristes Démocrates, Belgium
  36. Pierre Galand, Ancien professeur des Universités à l’U.L.B., Belgique
  37. Domenico Gallo, Chamber President in Supreme Court of Cassazione, Italy
  38. Irene Gendzier, Prof Emeritus in the Dept Political Science, Boston University, United States
  39. Catherine Goldstein, Director of Research, Paris, France
  40. Neve Gordon, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
  41. Penny Green, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
  42. Nacira Guénif, Université Paris 8 Vincennes – Saint-Denis, France
  43. Sondra Hale, Professor Emerita, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
  44. Michael Harris, Professor of Mathematics, Columbia University, United States
  45. Marc Hedrich, Cour d’appel de Caen, France
  46. Fredrik S. Heffermehl, Writer, Norway
  47. Judith Herrin, King’s College London, United Kingdom
  48. Christiane Hessel-Chabry, Présidente d’honneur de l’association EJE (Gaza), France
  49. Shir Hever, Political Economist, Germany
  50. Nicholas Humphrey, Emeritus Professor, London School of Economics, United Kingdom
  51. Abdeen Jabara, Attorney, past president, American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, United States
  52. Richard Jolly, Emeritus Fellow, IDS, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
  53. Suad Joseph, Distinguished Research Professor, University of California, Davis, United States
  54. Mary Kaldor, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
  55. Ronnie Kasrils, Former government minister, South Africa
  56. Assaf Kfoury, Computer Science Department, Boston University, United States
  57. Rima Khalaf, Former Executive Secretary of UN ESCWA, Jordan
  58. Daniel Kupferstein, Film director, France
  59. Patrick Le Hyaric, Président du groupe L’Humanité. Député européen 2004 -2014, France
  60. Ronit Lentin, Trinity College Dublin Ireland (retired associate professor), Ireland
  61. Jean-Marc Lévy-Leblond, Emeritus professor, University of Nice, France
  62. David Lloyd, University of California Riverside, United States
  63. Brinton Lykes, Professor & Co-Director, Boston College Center for Human Rights & International Justice, United States
  64. Moshé Machover, Mathematician, KCL, United Kingdom
  65. Kate Macintosh, Architect, United Kingdom
  66. Mairead Maguire, Nobel peace laureate, Ireland
  67. Mohamed Fadhel Mahfoudh, President of the National Order of Lawyers of Tunisia from 2013 to 2016 and as such received the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize, Tunisia
  68. Dick Marty, Dr. Jur. Dr. H.c., former Chair of the Committee of Human Rights of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Switzerland
  69. Gustave Massiah, Ancien enseignant à l’école d’architecture de paris la villette, France
  70. Georg Meggle, Philosopher, Prof. em. at University of Leipzig, Germany
  71. Georges Menahem, Director of research in Economics and Sociology, CNRS, MSH Paris-Nord, France
  72. Luisa Morgantini, Former Vice President European Parliament, Italy
  73. Edgar Morin, Directeur de recherches émérite au CNRS, France
  74. Chantal Mouffe, Professor emeritus University of Westminster, London, United Kingdom
  75. Véronique Nahoum-Grappe, Anthropologue, France
  76. Safa Nasser, Academician, Palestine
  77. Jan Oberg, DrHc, peace and future researcher, Transnational Foundation, Sweden
  78. Joseph Oesterlé, Emeritus professor, Sorbonne University, France
  79. Adi Ophir, Professor Emeritus, Tel Aviv University; Visiting Professor, The Cogut Institute for the Humanities and the center for Middle East Studies, Brown Universities, United States
  80. Norman Paech, Professor emeritus University of Hamburg, Germany
  81. Karine Parrot, Professeure de droit à l’Université de Cergy-Pontoise, France
  82. John Pilger, journalist, film-maker, author, United Kingdom
  83. Ghislain Poissonnier, Magistrate, France
  84. Susan Power, Head of Legal Research and Advocacy, Al-Haq, Palestine
  85. Prabir Purkayastha, Editor, Newsclick.in, India
  86. Jacques Rancière, Professeur émérite, Université Paris 8, France
  87. Roshdi Rashed, CNRS/Université de Paris, France
  88. Bernard Ravenel, Historian, France
  89. Steven Rose, Emeritus Professor of Biology and Neurobiology at the Open University and Gresham College, London, United Kingdom
  90. Hilary Rose, Professor Emerita Sociology University of Bradfor, United Kingdom
  91. Jonathan Rosenhead, Emeritus Professor of Operational Research at the London School of Economics, United Kingdom
  92. Andrew Ross, Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University, United States
  93. Alice Rothchild, MD, retired, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Harvard Medical School, United States
  94. Joan Russow, Researcher, Global Compliance Research Project, Canada
  95. Richard Seaford, Emeritus Professor, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
  96. Leila Shahid, Former Ambassador of Palestine, Palestine
  97. Eyal Sivan, Filmmaker – Essayist, France
  98. John Smith, Filmmaker, Emeritus Professor of Fine Art, University of East London, United Kingdom
  99. George Smith, Emeritus Professor, University of Missouri; 2018 Nobel Chemistry Laureate, United States
  100. Nirit Sommerfeld, Singer, actress, writer, Germany
  101. Ahdaf Soueif, Writer, Egypt
  102. Gayatri Spivak, Columbia University, United States
  103. Jonathan Steele, Author and journalist, United Kingdom
  104. Annick Suzor-Weiner, Professor emeritus, Université Paris-Saclay, France
  105. Salim Tamari, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Birzeit University, Palestine
  106. Virginia Tilley, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, United States
  107. Salim Vally, Professor, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
  108. Roger Waters, Musician, United Kingdom
  109. Thomas G. Weiss, The CUNY Graduate Center, United States
  110. Robert Wintemute, Professor of Human Rights Law, King’s College London, United Kingdom
  111. John Womack jr, Harvard University, United States

* Institutional affiliations are given only for identification purposes* The full list of signatories is available here.* Academics, artists and intellectuals can endorse this declaration by completing this form.

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Signatories of the Declaration on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid in Historic Palestine

6 July | fr français

* List of the 969 signatories of the Declaration on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid in Historic Palestine (last update: July 17, 2021)

* Academics, artists and intellectuals can endorse the declaration by completing this form.

* Institutional affiliations are given only for identification purposes

  1. Salar Abbasi, Professor of Law, Portugal
  2. Ahmed Abbes, mathematician, Director of research in Paris, France
  3. Ines Abdeljaoued Tej, University of Carthage, Tunisia
  4. Nahla Abdo, Professor, Carleton University, Canada
  5. Joseph Abdou, Professor of Mathematics, University Paris 1, France
  6. Gamal Abina, Journalist, France
  7. Malek Abisaab, Associate Prof. Mcgill University, Canada
  8. Matthew Abraham, University of Arizona, United States
  9. Bashir Abu-Manneh, University of Kent, United Kingdom
  10. José Abu-Tarbush, Profesor Universidad de La Laguna, Spain
  11. Iyad Abualrub , University of Oslo, Norway
  12. Mohammad Abusara, Associate Professor, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
  13. Antonio Achilli, Medico chirurgo, Italy
  14. Martine Adrian-Scotto, Université Côte d’Azur, France
  15. Rimona Afana, Visiting Scholar, Emory University School of Law, United States
  16. Jorge Luis Agurto Aguilar, Journalist, Peru
  17. Hadji Ahmed, Artist, Germany
  18. Hamja Ahsan, Artist and writer, United Kingdom
  19. Mateo Alaluf, Professeur émérite, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
  20. Liliana Albertazzi, Professor Maison des Sciences de l’homme, France
  21. Danielle Alcock, Regional Lead, Canada
  22. Mike Alewitz, Professor Emeritus, Mural Painting, Central CT State Univsersity, United States
  23. Jo Alexander, Managing Editor, Oregon State University Press (retired), United States
  24. Zahra Ali, Rutgers University, United States
  25. Armando Aligia, Professor of Physics, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Bariloche), Argentina
  26. Diana Allan, McGill University, Canada
  27. Roger Allen, Physician – retired, United Kingdom
  28. Lori Allen, Reader in Anthropology, SOAS University of London, United Kingdom
  29. Paul Allies, Professeur émérite, Université de Montpellier, France
  30. Eric Alliez, Université Paris 8, France
  31. Carlos Almeida, Researcher, Centre for History of the University of Lisbon, Portugal
  32. Bruno Alonso, Chemist, Director of research in Montpellier, France
  33. Miguel Alpízar, Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica
  34. Osama Alsarraj, Architect, Syria
  35. Sama Alshaibi, Professor, University of Arizona, United States
  36. Kamal Altawil, M.D., United States
  37. Olivetti Anna, Historian, Italy
  38. Rachad Antonius, Professor (retired), Sociologie, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
  39. Sinan Antoon, New York University, United States
  40. Constanza Araya Sandoval, Anthropologist, researcher Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM), Spain
  41. Jobb Arnold, Professor, University of Winnipeg, Canada
  42. Innes Asher, Professor Emeritus University of Auckland, New Zealand
  43. Satoshi Ashikaga, Researcher of International Law and Peace Studies, Japan
  44. Iain Atack, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
  45. Philippe Audebaud, retired, Assistant Professor in Computer Sciences, France
  46. Elsa Auerbach, University of Massachusetts Boston, United States
  47. John Avery, Writer, Denmark
  48. Mark Ayyash, Mount Royal University, Canada
  49. Negar Azimi, Writer and editor, New York, United States
  50. Igor Babou, Professor, Paris University, France
  51. Saleem Badat, Research Professor, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
  52. Bertrand Badie, Sciences Po Paris, France
  53. Elena Baena-González, Biologist, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Portugal
  54. Teresa Bailey, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, United Kingdom
  55. Mona Baker, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
  56. Viviane Baladi, mathematician, Director of research in Paris, France
  57. Thomas Balenghien, Researcher, France
  58. Étienne Balibar, Anniversary Chair of Modern European Philosophy, Kingston University London, United Kingdom
  59. Dominique Ballereau, Observatoire de Paris (retraité), France
  60. Jihad Ballout, Media executive, United Kingdom
  61. Angelo Baracca, Professor of Physics (retired), University of Florence, Italy
  62. Marie-José Barbot, Professeur des universités Lille, France
  63. Jean Barge, Professeur honoraire, France
  64. Mustafa Barghouti, Writer, Palestine
  65. David Barkin, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico
  66. Anthony Barnett, Writer, United Kingdom
  67. Isaías Barreñada, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
  68. Jinan Bastaki, Researcher, United Arab Emirates
  69. Asmahan Batraoui, Traductrice, France
  70. Frédéric Baudin, Université Paris-Saclay, France
  71. Edmond Baudoin, Auteur de bandes dessinées, France
  72. Viviane Baudry, Professeure retraitée, France
  73. Ibrahim Beisani, Physician, former President of the Palestinian Community in Catalonia, Spain
  74. Adda Bekkouche , Maire-adjoint, Colombes, France
  75. Amel Belkacemi, Enseignante chercheuse, Algérie
  76. Dirk Belmans, Architecte, Belgium
  77. Esteban Beltrán Ulate, Profesor Universitario, Costa Rica
  78. Yazid Ben Hounet, CNRS, Laboratoire d’Anthropologie Sociale, France
  79. Ghassen Ben Khelifa, Journalist, Tunisia
  80. Haykel Ben Mahfoudh, Professor of international humanitarian law, University of Carthage, Tunisia
  81. Fifi Benaboud, Politologue, ancienne fonctionnaire Internationale, France
  82. Alejandro Bendaña, Writer, Nicaragua
  83. Roberto Beneduce, Professor of Cultural Anthropology, University of Turin, Italy
  84. Badia Benjelloun, Médecin, France
  85. Farida Benlyazid, Filmmaker, Morocco
  86. Meriem Bennani, Artist, Morocco/United States
  87. Belkacem Benzenine, Full researcher, CRASC, Algeria
  88. Jacob Berger, Filmmaker, Switzerland
  89. Anna Bernard, King’s College London, United Kingdom
  90. Thomas Berns, Professeur à l’Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgique
  91. Mohammed Berrada, Writer, Morocco
  92. Omar Berrada, Writer and curator, United States
  93. Jacques Berthelot, Former economist at ENSAT (Ecole Nationale Supérieure Agronomique de Toulouse), France
  94. Lucile Bertrand, visual artist, Belgium
  95. Mireille Besson, CNRS & Aix-Marseille University, France
  96. Francesca Biancani, University of Bologna, Italy
  97. Monique Biesemans, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
  98. Alain Bihr, Honorary professor of sociology, University of Bourgnogne-Franche-Comté, France
  99. Sirma Bilge, Professor, Université de Montréal, Canada
  100. Julie Billaud, Graduate Institute in Geneva, Switzerland
  101. Amahl Bishara, Tufts University, United States
  102. George Bisharat, UC Hastings College of the Law/Professor, musician, United States
  103. Beatriz Bissio Staricco, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  104. Chris Blacktop, Registered Mental Health Nurse, United Kingdom
  105. Susan Blackwell, Universiteit Utrecht, Netherlands
  106. Jacob Blakesley, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
  107. Javier Blanco, Lawyer, Spain
  108. Olga Blazevits, Researcher, Italy
  109. Elizabeth Block, Potter & singer, Canada
  110. Nicolas Boeglin, Professor of Public International Law, University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica
  111. François Bohy, Composer, France
  112. Jordi/Jorge Bonells Rodríguez, Écrivain – Professeur émérite, Université de Toulon, France
  113. Véronique Bontemps, anthropologue, CNRS, France
  114. Claire Borel, IRO Université de Montréal, retraitée, Canada
  115. Hagit Borer, Professor, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
  116. Grazia Borrini-Feyerabend, Council of Elders of the ICCA Consortium, Switzerland
  117. Michiel Bot, Assistant Professor of Law and Humanities, Tilburg University, Netherlands
  118. Steven Botticelli, NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, United States
  119. Sedki Boualem, Ancien diplomate, Algeria
  120. Jean-Pierre Bouché, Molecular Biologist, CNRS (retired), France
  121. Jean-Pierre Boudine, Mathématicien, agrégé, retraité, auteur, France
  122. Mohamed Bouguerra, Retired University professor, France
  123. Habiba Bouhamed Chaabouni, Physician, Emeritus Professor of medical genetics, University of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia
  124. Jean-Claude Bourdin, Professeur émérite de philosophie, Université de Poitiers, France
  125. Youcef Boussaa, Psychiatre des hôpitaux retraité, France
  126. Bruno Boussagol, Metteur en scène, France
  127. Paul Bove, Editor, Writer, United States
  128. Roxane Bovet, Curator/publisher, Switzerland
  129. Daniel Boyarin, Taubman Professor of Talmudic Culture, UC Berkeley, United States
  130. Robert Boyce, Emeritus Reader, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
  131. Patrick Boylan, Associate Professor of English Language & Translation (retired), Roma Tre University, United States
  132. Corinne Brachet, biochemist, engineer, in Paris, France
  133. Michael Bradburn-Ruster, Professor/Poet, United States
  134. Anouar Brahem, Musician, Composer, Tunisia
  135. José A. Brandariz, University of A Coruna, Spain
  136. Rony Brauman, Physician, writer, former president of Médecins Sans Frontières, France
  137. Haim Bresheeth, SOAS, United Kingdom
  138. Jean Bricmont, Retired professor, UClouvain, Belgique
  139. Claude-Hélène Brissac-Féral, Sciences Po Bordeaux, France
  140. Victoria Brittain, Writer and journalist, United Kingdom
  141. Birgit Brock-Utne, Professor, University of Oslo, Norway
  142. Adam Broomberg, Professor, Germany
  143. Bernadette Brooten, Professor Emerita, Brandeis University; Director, Feminist Sexual Ethics Project, United States
  144. Maurice Bruynooghe, KULeuven/Emeritus Professor, Belgium
  145. Michel Bühler, Chanteur, écrivain, Suisse
  146. Erica Burman, Professor of Education, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
  147. Claude Calame, Historien, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France
  148. Julia Calver, Artist, United Kingdom
  149. Joseph Camilleri, Emeritus Professor, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia
  150. Julie Campiche, Musician, composer, Switzerland
  151. Lucas Cantori, Publisher, Suisse
  152. Michel Capron, Professeur émérite de sciences de gestion, Université Paris 8 – Saint-Denis, France
  153. João Caraça, Senior Adviser, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Portugal
  154. Sophie Carapetian, Artist, United Kingdom
  155. Jorge Carneiro, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Portugal
  156. Ana Maria Carrillo-Farga, Historian, Professor at the Faculty of Medicine, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México
  157. Fred Carter, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
  158. Cristina Castello, Journaliste et poète franco-argentine ; Colegio Universitario de Periodismo, Argentina
  159. Rinella Cere, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
  160. John Chalcraft, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), United Kingdom
  161. Tannous Chalhoub, Assistant professor, Lebanese University, Canada
  162. Iain Chalmers, Editor, James Lind Library, United Kingdom
  163. Pamela Chamberlain , Activist, United States
  164. Indu Chandrasekhar, Publisher, Tulika Books, New Delhi, India
  165. Claudine Chaouiya, Aix-Marseille University, France
  166. Max Charvolen, Artist, France
  167. Julie Chateauvert, Associate Professor, Innovation, Elisabeth-Bruyere School of Social Innovation, Saint-Paul University, Canada
  168. Kunal Chattopadhyay, Professor of Comparative literature, Jadavpur University, India
  169. Claudia Chaufan, Associate Professor, York University, Canada
  170. Hafidha Chekir, Emeritus Professor of Public Law, Al Manar University, Tunis; Vice President of the International Federation for Human Rights, Tunisia
  171. Monique Chemillier-Gendreau, Professeure émérite de droit public et de sciences politiques, Université Paris-Diderot, France
  172. André Chenet, Poète, France
  173. Anuradha Chenoy, retired Professor, India
  174. Mohamed Cheriet, University of Quebec’s Ecole de technologie supérieure, Canada
  175. Farida Cheriet, Professor, Polytechnique Montreal, Canada
  176. Lounes Chikhi, Research Director at CNRS, University Toulouse 3, France
  177. Usuf Chikte, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
  178. Yves Chilliard, Research Director (retired), INRAE, Clermont-Ferrand, France
  179. Robert Chimambo, Environmental and Climate Justice Activist, Zambia
  180. Larbi Chouikha, Professor, Manouba University, Tunisia
  181. Abd Raouf Chouikha, University Sorbonne Paris Nord, France
  182. Alberto Clarizia, Professor (retired) Università Federico II Napoli, Italy
  183. Pierre Clément, Retraité, Aix-Marseille Université; honoraire Université Lyon1, France
  184. Françoise Clément, Economist, France
  185. Ted Clement-Evans, formerly a Fellow of the RICS, United Kingdom
  186. Darlene Coffman, Retired educator , United States
  187. Laurent Cohen, Translator and activist, Spain
  188. Jack A Cole, Retired New Jersey state police, United States
  189. Elliott Colla, Georgetown University, United States
  190. David Comedi, National University of Tucumán and National Research Council, Argentina
  191. Annie Conter, Professeur Émérite de Génétique, Université Paul Sabatier, France
  192. Portilla Contreras, Universidad de Jaén, Spain
  193. John Cooper, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
  194. Modibo Coulibaly, Chargé de recherche, Université des Sciences Techniques et Technologiques de Bamako, Mali
  195. Emma Courtine, Honorary Member of the ICCA Consortium and circus artist, France
  196. Phyllis Creighton, Writer, Toronto, Canada
  197. Marcos Criado, Profesor derecho internacional de la UCR Costa Rica, Costa Rica
  198. Jacopo Crivelli Visconti, Curator, Brazil
  199. Nicki Croghan, Medical interpreter, United States
  200. Robin Huw Crompton, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
  201. Dominique Crozat, Professor, Paul Valéry Montpellier University, France
  202. Jean-Paul Cruse, Écrivain indépendant, France
  203. Elyse Crystall, Assoc Prof, UNC-Chapel Hill, United States
  204. Laurent Cugny, Professeur, Sorbonne Université, France
  205. Paolo Cuttitta, Université Sorbonne Paris Nord, France
  206. Philippe Cyroulnik, Art critic and curator, France
  207. Frans Daems, Emeritus professor of linguistics, University of Antwerp, Belgium
  208. Jocelyne Dakhlia, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, France
  209. Laurent Dauré, Journalist, France
  210. Eric David, Emeritus Professor of International Law at the Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
  211. Marc David, Departement Wiskunde, Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium
  212. Lawrence Davidson, West Chester University, United States
  213. Chandler Davis, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, University of Toronto, Canada
  214. Dayan-Herzbrun Dayan-Herzbrun , Professeure émérite à l’Université de Paris, France
  215. Nino De Amicis, Professor, Italy
  216. Daniel de Beer, Emeritus Professor, Saint Louis University, Belgium
  217. Lieven de Cauter, Philosopher, KU Leuven, Belgium
  218. Cécile de La Monneraye, Sculptor, France
  219. Herman De Ley, Emeritus Professor, Ghent University, Belgium
  220. Jan De Maeseneer, Emeritus Professor, Ghent University, Belgium
  221. Hugo De Man, Emeritus Professor, Kuleuven, Belgium
  222. Salomé de Unamuno, Retraitée du CNRS, France
  223. Frederiek de Vlaming, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
  224. Raymond Deane, Composer, author, Ireland
  225. Cormac Deane, Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dublin, Ireland
  226. Pascal Debruyne, Political science, Odisee University College, Belgium
  227. Sharae Deckard, Associate Professor in World Literature, University College Dublin, Ireland
  228. Tom Decorte, Professor, Belgium
  229. Lara Deeb, Professor, Scripps College, United States
  230. Hendrik Deelstra, Emeritus, professor University Antwerp, Belgium
  231. Martine Defais, Molecular biologist CNRS retired, France
  232. Dominique Dehais, ENSA Normandie, France
  233. Jan Dekeyser, Architect & lecturer KU Leuven, Belgium
  234. Adela Del Olmo García, Redactora y traductora, Spain
  235. Antonio Esau Del Rio Castillo, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia/ Nanomaterials Researcher, Italy
  236. Sheila Delany, Simon Fraser University/writer, scholar, professor, Canada
  237. Paul Delmotte, Prof. retraité de l’IHECS, Bruxelles, Belgium
  238. Stéphane Delorme, architecte, France
  239. Jan Delrue, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, architecture, Belgium
  240. Pina Delvaux, Art in boxes, Luxembourg
  241. Tj Demos, Professor, UC Santa Cruz, United States
  242. Christian Depardieu, Galeriste, rédacteur en chef de performarts.net, France
  243. Linval DePass, Drug Development Scientist, United States
  244. Johan Depoortere, Journalist (retired), Belgium
  245. Charles Derber, Professor and author, Boston College, United States
  246. Radhika Desai, Professor, University of Manitonba, Canada
  247. Jack Desbiolles, University of South Australia, Australia
  248. Sudhanva Deshpande, Managing Editor, LeftWord Books, India
  249. Blandine Destremau, Senior researcher, CNRS, France
  250. Manthia Diawara, Professor, New York University, United States
  251. Javier Díaz, Journalist, Spain
  252. James Dickins, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
  253. James Dickins, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
  254. Natalya Dinat, Medical Doctor, South Africa
  255. Rabia Djellouli, Professor, CSUN, United States
  256. Elizabeth Dore, Writer, United Kingdom
  257. Laymert dos Santos, State University of Campinas (Retired), Brazil
  258. Antonino Drago, Università Federico II Napoli, Italy
  259. Alexandra Draxler, Retired from UNESCO, France
  260. Michael Jacob Drexler, Bucknell University, United States
  261. Françoise Dreyfus, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France
  262. Sufyan Droubi, University of Dundee, United Kingdom
  263. Bruno Drweski, INALCO- Sorbonne Paris Cité, France
  264. Simon du Chaffaut, Université Grenoble Alpes, France
  265. Vincent Dubois, University of Strasbourg, France
  266. Jean-Yves Dubré, Président AFPS49, France
  267. Marie Ducaté, Artiste plasticienne, Marseille, France
  268. John Dugard, University of Leiden, Netherlands
  269. Michael Dunford, Emeritus Professor, University of Sussex, China
  270. Marie-José Durand-Richard, (retired) associate professor, Université Paris 8 Vincennes-St Denis, France
  271. Elizabeth Eastmond, Art Historian, Aotearoa New Zealand
  272. Paul Eid, Université du Québec à Montréal (sociology), Canada
  273. Ivar Ekeland, Professor emeritus of mathematics and former President, University of Paris-Dauphine, France
  274. Nadia El Fani, Filmmaker, Tunisie
  275. Najat El-Khairy, Palestinian Artist preserving Palestinian culture, Canada
  276. Rabab El-Mahdi, The American University in Cairo, Egypt
  277. Hoda Elsadda, Professor, Cairo University, Egypt
  278. Julia Elyachar, Assoc. Professor of Anthropology, Princeton University, United States
  279. Philippe Enclos, Maître de conférences en droit privé (retraité), Université de Lille, France
  280. Ron Engel, Professor Emeritus, Meadville/Lombard Theological School, United States
  281. Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro, Researcher, Professor, United States
  282. Brian Eno, Artist/Composer, United Kingdom
  283. Griffin Epstein, Professor at George Brown College in Toronto, Canada
  284. Didier Epsztajn, Animateur du blog “entre les lignes entre les mots”, France
  285. Ola Erstad, University of Oslo, Dep. of Education / Professor, Norway
  286. Muhammed İbrahim Ertuğrul, Writer, Turkey
  287. Farid Esack, Professor, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
  288. Adolfo Esquivel, Premio Nobel de la Paz 1980 (Nobel Peace Prize 1980), Argentina
  289. Chokri Essifi, Writer, Tunisia
  290. Marc Estrin, Novelist; editor, Fomite Press, United States
  291. Susan Etscovitz, Social worker, United States
  292. Phyllis Ewen, Artist, United States
  293. Mohammad Fadel, University of Toronto Faculty of Law, Canada
  294. Kamil Fadel, Head of Physics department, Palais de la découverte, Paris, France
  295. Carmelo Faleh-Pérez, Profesor de Derecho Internacional Público en la ULPGC y Asesor jurídico de la Asociación Española para el Derecho Internacional de los Derechos Humanos (AEDIDH), Spain
  296. Richard Falk, Professor of International Law, Emeritus, Princeton University, United States
  297. Mirelle Fanon Mendes France, Chair Frantz Fanon Foundation, France/Martinique
  298. Randa Farah, Associate Professor, Western University, Canada
  299. Emmanuel Farjoun, Emeritus Professor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
  300. Judith Favish, Research associate, South Africa
  301. Gordon Fellman, Brandeis University, United States
  302. Eileen Ferguson, Visual artist, Ireland
  303. Jan Fermon, Avocat. Secrétaire général Association Internationale des Juristes Démocrates, Belgium
  304. Sujatha Fernandes, University of Sydney, Australia
  305. Anita Fernandez, Monteuse cinéma, écrivain, France
  306. Ricardo Fernandez, Anthropologist/Archaeologist, United States
  307. Enzo Ferrara, Centro Studi Sereno Regis – CSSR Torino, Italy
  308. Benjamin Ferron, Université Paris-Est, France
  309. Brigitte Fichet, Retraitée, Université de Strasbourg, France
  310. Gary Fields, Professor, University of California, San Diego, United States
  311. Peter Karl Fleissner, Professor, retired, Austria
  312. Angela Flynn, University College Cork, Ireland
  313. Jacques Fontaine, Maître de conférence honoraire en géographie, Université de Besançon, France
  314. Manzar Foroohar, Professor Emerita, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, United States
  315. Reb Fountain , Songwriter, Aotearoa, New Zealand
  316. Enrique Fraga, Maître de conférences, Université de Toulouse Jean Jaurès, France
  317. Marilyn Frankenstein, University of Massachusetts/Boston, (retired) Professor, Quantitative Reasoning in Arguments, United States
  318. Estelle Fredet, Réalisatrice, France
  319. Alan Freeman, Writer, Canada
  320. Steven Friedman, Research Professor University of Johannesburg , South Africa
  321. Samuel Friedman, Research Professor, NYU Grossman School of Medicine, United States
  322. Michele Frigerio, Physicist, CNRS, France
  323. Ruth Fruchtman, Writer and Journalist, Berlin, Germany
  324. Will Furtado, Artist, writer, editor, Germany
  325. Arunima G., Director, Kerala Council for Historical Studies, India
  326. Robert Gaillot, Artiste plasticien, France
  327. Pierre Galand, Ancien professeur des Universités à l’U.L.B., Belgique
  328. Nancy Gallagher, Professor Emeritus, UC Santa Barbara, United States
  329. Eric Gallais, Université Paris-Diderot (Paris-VII), France
  330. Luciana Galliano, Musicologist, Italy
  331. Claire Gallien, Montpellier 3 University / Senior Lecturer, France
  332. Domenico Gallo, Chamber President in Supreme Court of Cassazione, Italy
  333. Mario Gamba, Journalist, Italy
  334. Militza Ganeva, Art restorer, Bulgaria
  335. Pierre-Louis Garcia, Musicien, Professeur au conservatoire de musique de Mantes la jolie, France
  336. Eduardo García, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
  337. Manel Garcia Biel, Sindicalista CCOO, Spain
  338. Fernando García Burillo, Editor, Spain
  339. Marie-Dominique Garnier, Etudes de genre, Université de Paris 8, France
  340. Jean-Luc Gautero, maître de conférences, Université Côte d’Azur, France
  341. Didier Gazagnadou, Professeur d’anthropologie, Université Paris 8, France
  342. Jean Pierre Gazeau, Professeur émérite à l’Université de Paris, France
  343. Mathilde Gelin, Researcher, France
  344. Irene Gendzier, Prof Emeritus in the Dept Political Science, Boston University, United States
  345. Gumpel Georges, Retraité, Partie civile au procès de Klaus Barbie, France
  346. Dina Georgis, Professor at University of Toronto, Canada
  347. Julie Gervais, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France
  348. Michel Gevers, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium
  349. Abbas Ghaddar, University of Virginia, United States
  350. Hassan Ghorbani, LEREPS – Université Toulouse I Capitole, France
  351. Mona Ghosheh, Psychologist, United States
  352. David Gibbs, Professor of History, University of Arizona, United States
  353. Yulia Gilich, University of California, Santa Cruz, United States
  354. Pierre Gillis, Emeritus Professor, University of Mons, Belgium
  355. Terri Ginsberg, The American University in Cairo, Egypt
  356. Victor Ginsburgh, Emeritus professor, Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
  357. Mireille Gleizes, Pianist, Belgium
  358. Jean-Christophe Goddard, Université de Toulouse Jean Jaurès, France
  359. Catherine Goldstein, Director of Research, Paris, France
  360. Sue Goldstein, Artist, Canada
  361. Alicia Gómez, Professor, Spain
  362. Carlos Gomez-Ariza, Universidad de Jaén, Spain
  363. Santiago González, Economist, Comité Solidaridad Causa Árabe, Spain
  364. José González, Professor, Spain
  365. Trevor Goodger-Hill, Writer, poet, Canada
  366. Neve Gordon, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
  367. Michel Goulard, researcher in statistics, Auzeville, France
  368. Kevin Gould, Concordia University, Canada
  369. Stathis Gourgouris, Columbia University, United States
  370. Pierre-Henri Gouyon, Professeur au Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle de Paris, France
  371. Héctor Grad, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
  372. Penny Green, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
  373. Jean-Guy Greilsamer, Jewish activist against israeli apartheid, France
  374. Julien Grivaux, Sorbonne Université, France
  375. Michel Gros, mathematician, Researcher in Rennes, France
  376. Salah Guemriche, Écrivain, France
  377. Nacira Guénif, Université Paris 8 Vincennes – Saint-Denis, France
  378. Daniel Guerrier, Editor, France
  379. Jeanne Guien, Researcher in social sciences, France
  380. Philippe Guiguet Bologne, Poet, France
  381. Juan José Guirado Fernández, Retired professor, Universidad de Vigo, Spain
  382. Peter Gurney, Professor of Social History, University of Essex, United Kingdom
  383. Rico Gutstein, Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States
  384. Freda Guttman, Visual artist, Canada
  385. Magnus Haavelsrud, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
  386. Yassine Hachaichi, Université de Carthage, Tunisia
  387. Pascal Hachet, Psychologist and writer, France
  388. Elaine Hagopian, Professor Emerita of Sociology, Simmons University, United States
  389. Sondra Hale, Professor Emerita, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
  390. Wael Hallaq, Columbia University, Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities/Painter, United States
  391. Olivier Hamerlynck, Scientist, Belgium
  392. Dalia Hammoudeh, Scientist, United States
  393. Amel Hamza-Chaffai, University of Sfax, Tunisia
  394. Dyala Hamzah, Professor, University of Montreal, Canada
  395. Jeff Handmaker, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands
  396. Lara Harb, Princeton University, United States
  397. Githa Hariharan, Writer, India
  398. Egbert Harmsen, Analyst, researcher and human rights activist, Netherlands
  399. Fatima Harrak, Research Professor, Morocco
  400. John Harries, Senior Lecturer, Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom
  401. Michael Harris, Professor of Mathematics, Columbia University, United States
  402. Howard Harris, Retired university lecturer, United Kingdom
  403. Sean Harris-Macintosh, Architect, United Kingdom
  404. Michelle Hartman, Professor, McGill University, Quebec, Canada
  405. Zoya Hasan, Professor Emerita, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
  406. Mary Lynn Hassan, U.N. Retired, France
  407. Alastair Hay, Professor (Emeritus), University of Leeds, United Kingdom
  408. Abe Hayeem, RIBA, Chair of Architects and Planners for Justice in Palestine, United Kingdom
  409. Danny Hayward, Writer, United Kingdom
  410. David Heap, Associate Professor, University of Western Ontario, Canada
  411. Pierre Hébrard, Université Paul Valéry, France
  412. Raoul Hébréard, Artiste contemporain, France
  413. Marc Hedrich, Cour d’appel de Caen, France
  414. Iris Hefets, Psychoanalyst, International Psychoanalytic Society, Germany
  415. Fredrik S. Heffermehl, Writer, Norway
  416. Eric Heilmann, Professeur à l’université de Bourgogne, France
  417. Yacine Helali, Documentary filmmaker, France
  418. Odile Hélier, Anthropologue, France
  419. Charles Heller, Research Associate, Graduate Institute Geneva, Switzerland
  420. Aref Herbawi, Palestine Polytechnic University, Palestine
  421. Hege Hermansen, University of Oslo, Norway
  422. Sami Hermez, Associate Professor, Northwestern University in Qatar, Qatar
  423. Carlos Herrera, Professor, CY Cergy Paris University, France
  424. Judith Herrin, King’s College London, United Kingdom
  425. Christiane Hessel-Chabry, Présidente d’honneur de l’association EJE (Gaza), France
  426. Shir Hever, Political Economist, Germany
  427. Hilde Heynen, KU Leuven, Belgium
  428. Solange Hibbs, Universitaire, historienne, France
  429. Tom Hickey, University of Brighton, United Kingdom
  430. Freya Higgins-Desbiolles, University of South Australia, Australia
  431. Joan Hinde, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
  432. CJ Hinke, Thammasat University, Thailand
  433. Wieland Hoban, composer and translator, Germany
  434. Christian Hogsbjerg, University of Brighton, United Kingdom
  435. Ivan Huber, Prof Emeritus, Fairrleigh Dickinson Univ., Madison, NJ, United States
  436. Leila Hudson, University of Arizona, United States
  437. Richard Hudson, University College London, United Kingdom
  438. David Hughes, University College Dublin, Ireland
  439. Anna Kristina Hultgren, Professor of Sociolinguistics, The Open University, United Kingdom
  440. Perrine Humblet, Honorary Professor, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
  441. Nicholas Humphrey, Emeritus Professor, London School of Economics, United Kingdom
  442. Farrell Hunter, Country Director: Community Adult Education, South Africa
  443. Mary Hurrell, Artist, United Kingdom
  444. Conleth Hussey, University of Limerick, Ireland
  445. Mahmood Ibrahim, Cal Poly Pomona, United States
  446. Philippe Icard, Université de Bourgogne, France
  447. Jeremy Ironside, Independent Researcher, New Zealand
  448. Patrick Italiano, Chercheur – Université de Liège, Belgium
  449. Ferran Izquierdo-Brichs, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
  450. Abdeen Jabara, Attorney, past president, American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, United States
  451. Jean Jackson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
  452. Khader Faiez Jadallah, Universidad de Jaén, España
  453. Na’eem Jeenah, Executive Director, Afro-Middle East Centre, South Africa
  454. Hassan Jijakli, Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
  455. Abry Jocelyne , Professeur en retraite , France
  456. Jörgen Johansen, Journal of Resistance Studies, Scandinavia
  457. Diana Johnstone, Writer, France
  458. Richard Jolly, Emeritus Fellow, IDS, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
  459. Holly Jonas, International lawyer, Canada
  460. Bernt Jonsson, Former Director, Life & Peace Institute, Uppsala, Sweden
  461. Suad Joseph, Distinguished Research Professor, University of California, Davis, United States
  462. Jeanette Jouili, Syracuse University, United States
  463. Aurélie Journée-Duez, Anthropologist, EHESS / LAS, France
  464. R.A. Judy, Professor of Critical Studies, University of Pittsburgh, United States
  465. Baudouin Jurdant, Université Paris Diderot, Portugal
  466. Rula Jurdi, Professor, Canada
  467. Jon Jureidini, University of Adelaide, Australia
  468. Janeen Kabbara, Conflict Resolution Specialist, United States
  469. Aissa Kadri, Universitaire, France
  470. Mary Kaldor, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
  471. Katy Kalemkerian, Champlain College, Canada
  472. Labib Kamhawi, Writer and former Prof. of political science at Jordan University, Jordan
  473. Raphael Kaplinky, Univrsity of Sussex, Emeritus Professor, United Kingdom
  474. Geeta Kapur Kapur, Art Writer, India
  475. Ronnie Kasrils, Former government minister, South Africa
  476. Otared Kavian, Professeur, Université de Versailles, France
  477. Habib Kazdaghli, Historien, Université de Manouba, Tunisie
  478. Habib Kazdaghli, Historien, Université de Manouba, Tunisie
  479. Brigid Keenan, Writer, United Kingdom
  480. Robin Kelley, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
  481. Susan Kelly, Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom
  482. Martin Kemp, Psychoanalyst, UK-Palestine Mental Health Network, United Kingdom
  483. Mercedes Kemp, Writer, United Kingdom
  484. Marie Kennedy, Professor Emeritus, University of Massachusetts Boston, United States
  485. George Kent, Professor Emeritus, University of Hawaii, United States
  486. Assaf Kfoury, Computer Science Department, Boston University, United States
  487. Rima Khalaf, Former Executive Secretary of UN ESCWA, Jordan
  488. Laleh Khalili, Professor of International Politics, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
  489. Gholam Khiabany, Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom
  490. Ghufran KhirAllah , Professor of Sociolinguistica in Nebrija University & researcher at Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
  491. Makram Khoury-Machool, Academic – Cambridge , United Kingdom
  492. Darwis Khudori, Université Le Havre Normandie, France
  493. Azadeh Kian, Professor Université de Paris, France
  494. Rina King, Science Educator, South Africa
  495. John King, Composer, United States
  496. Laurie King, Anthropologist, Georgetown University, United States
  497. Joost Kircz, em. Research professor Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
  498. David Klein, Professor of Mathematics, California State University Northridge, United States
  499. Michel Kokoreff, Université Paris 8, France
  500. Avishek Konar, Economist, O.P. Jindal Global University, India
  501. Demir Köse, Teaching assistant at Ghent University, Belgium
  502. Ashish Kothari, Pune, India
  503. Natalie Kouri-Towe, Assistant Professor, Concordia University, Canada
  504. Wayne Kraft, Professor Emeritus, Eastern Washington University, United States
  505. Robert Kriger, Retired, National Research Foundation, South Africa
  506. Hubert Krivine, Physicien, France
  507. Isabelle Krzywkowski, Université Grenoble Alpes, France
  508. Atif Kubursi, Emeritus Professor, MCMaster University, Canada
  509. Urszula Kucharczyk, Playwright, United Kingdom/Poland
  510. Rose Marie Kuhn, Professor Emerita, California State University Fresno, United States
  511. Radha Kumar, Writer, India
  512. Blair Kuntz, University of Toronto, Canada
  513. Daniel Kupferstein, Film director, France
  514. Emily LaBarge, Writer, Royal College of Art, United Kingdom
  515. Thierry Madjid Labica, Université Paris Nanterre, France
  516. Poka (Hayden) Laenui (Burgess), Attorney, Hawaii
  517. Nora Lafi, Zentrum Moderner Orient, Germany
  518. Premesh Lalu, Centre for Humanities Research, University of the Western Cape, South Africa
  519. Bernard Lamizet, Ancien professeur d’université, institut d’Études politiques, Lyon, France
  520. Olfa Lamloum, Chercheuse, Tunisia
  521. Peter Lange, Sculptor, New Zealand
  522. Jacob K. Langford, Artist & researcher, Germany
  523. Marilyn Langlois, Community Organizer, Richmond California, United States
  524. Michelangelo Lanza, SR Study Center (MIR/MN-Turin) member & translator, Italy
  525. Patricia Laranco, Writer and artist, France
  526. Jacques Larrieu, Professor emeritus, Université Toulouse Capitole, France
  527. Dimiti Lascaris, Lawyer, journalist and activist, Canada
  528. Martin Lascoux, Uppsala University, Sweden
  529. Marc Lassonde, Professeur de mathématiques, retraité, Université des Antilles, France
  530. Patrick Le Hyaric, Président du groupe L’Humanité. Député européen 2004 -2014, France
  531. Pierre Le Pillouër, Poète, France
  532. Bernard Le Stum, Université de Rennes 1, France
  533. Pierre LeBlanc, Writer, Canada
  534. Elisabeth Lebovici, Art critic, France
  535. Jean-Louis Leleu, Université Côte d’Azur, France
  536. Gwen Lemey, University of Antwerp, Belgium
  537. Bernard Lemoult, Enseignant chercheur, France
  538. Helen Lenskyj, Professor Emerita University of Toronto, Canada
  539. Ronit Lentin, Trinity College Dublin Ireland (retired associate professor), Ireland
  540. Patricio Lepe-Carrión, Universidad de La Frontera, Chile
  541. Michael Leslie, Concert Pianist, formerly at Richard Strauss Konservatorium, Munich, Australia / Germany
  542. Bruno Levallois, Inspecteur général honoraire de l’Education nationale, France
  543. Les Levidow, Senior Research Fellow, Open University, United Kingdom
  544. Jean-Marc Lévy-Leblond, Emeritus professor, University of Nice, France
  545. Philippe Lewandowski, Retired librarian, University of Strasbourg, France
  546. Cédric Lhoussaine, Professor of Computer Sciences, University of Lille, France
  547. Pauline Lipman, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States
  548. Peter Lipman, Fellow, Cabot Institute, United Kingdom
  549. Yoav Litvin, Writer, United States
  550. David Lloyd, University of California Riverside, United States
  551. Peter Lock, Retired, peace and conflict research & urban environment for our grandchildren, Germany
  552. Roland Lombard, Directeur de Recherche retraité, ex-président du Collectif Interivertunivertaire pour la Coopération avec les Universités Palestiniennes, membre de l’Académie des arts, sciences et belles-lettres de Dijon, France
  553. Marie-Nëlle Lombard-Crémieux, Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, France
  554. Sheila Long, Institute of Technology Carlow, Ireland
  555. Arab Loutfi, Adjunct Film maker, and adjunct Faculty at Film department AUC (American university of Cairo), Egypt
  556. Miriam Lowi, Professor, the College of New Jersey, United States
  557. Thomas Luce, Lay leader-Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists, Licensed theologian, United States
  558. Robin Luckham, Emeritus Fellow, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
  559. Mainolfi Luigi, Accademia di belle arti, Italy
  560. Ruth Luschnat, none/ writer sometimes…( HP) against classism, Germany
  561. Madeline Lutjeharms, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
  562. Brinton Lykes, Professor & Co-Director, Boston College Center for Human Rights & International Justice, United States
  563. Kathleen Lynch, University College Dublin, Ireland
  564. Madhava Prasad M, EFL University Hyderabad, India
  565. Fearghal Mac Bhloscaidh, Coláiste Ollscoil Naomh Muire, Béal Feirste, Ireland
  566. Keguro Macharia, Independent Scholar, Kenya
  567. Moshé Machover, Mathematician, KCL, United Kingdom
  568. Kate Macintosh, Architect, United Kingdom
  569. Rania Madi, Geneva University, Switzerland
  570. César Madureira, ISCTE-IUL, Portugal
  571. Sara Magalhães, University of Lisbon, Portugal
  572. Mairead Maguire, Nobel peace laureate, Ireland
  573. Rasigan Maharajh, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
  574. Mohamed Fadhel Mahfoudh, President of the National Order of Lawyers of Tunisia from 2013 to 2016 and as such received the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize, Tunisia
  575. Paul Maillet, Accredited Peace Professional CPSC, Canada
  576. Bernard Maitte, Professeur émérite Université de Lille, France
  577. Ziad Majed, Associate Professor, American University of Paris, France
  578. Esther Makhetha, Academic, South Africa
  579. Emmanuelle Mallet, Painter and activist, France
  580. Rita Manchanda, Author, Human Rights & Peace Advocate, India
  581. Paola Manduca, Retired professor of Genetics, Italy
  582. Marc Mangenot, Économiste, France
  583. Firoze Manji, Adjunct Professor, Institute of African Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada
  584. Pierre Marage, Emeritus Professor, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
  585. Maurice Margenstern, Professor emeritus, University of Lorraine, France
  586. Michael Martin, Professor, Media School, Indiana University, United States
  587. María Luisa Martín, Lawyer, Spain
  588. Martín Martinelli, Universidad Nacional de Luján, Argentina
  589. David Martínez, Universidad de Jaén, Spain
  590. Ana Karine Martins Garcia, Coordinator of the Study and Research Group on the History of Health Practices and Diseases, Brasil
  591. Mario Martone, Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics, United States
  592. Dick Marty, Dr. Jur. Dr. H.c., former Chair of the Committee of Human Rights of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Switzerland
  593. Sarah Marusek, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
  594. Jan Masschelein, Professor KU Leuven, Belgium
  595. Gustave Massiah, Ancien enseignant à l’école d’architecture de paris la villette, France
  596. Anat Matar, Tel Aviv University, Israel
  597. Mira Mattar, Writer, United Kingdom
  598. Karim Mattar, University of Colorado at Boulder, United States
  599. Nyla Matuk, Poet, writer, Canada
  600. Brian Maye, Griffith College Dublin, Ireland
  601. Sophie Mayoux, Translator/traductrice, France
  602. Jean-Pierre Mazat, Emeritus professor, University of Bordeaux, France
  603. Olivier Mazet, Institut Mathématique de Toulouse, France
  604. Justine McCabe, Psychologist, United States
  605. Charles McGrath, Historian, Ireland
  606. Emilia McKenzie, Arist, United Kingdom
  607. Cahal McLaughlin, Queen’s University Belfast, United Kingdom
  608. Brian McMahon, Munster Technological University, Ireland
  609. Niall Meehan, Head, Journalism & Media Faculty, Griffith College, Dublin, Ireland
  610. Georg Meggle, Philosopher, Prof. em. at University of Leipzig, Germany
  611. Miomirka Melank, Graphic designer, Bosnia & Herzegovina
  612. Natalie Melas, Associate Professor, Cornell University, United States
  613. Catherine Melin, visual artist, France
  614. Jeffrey Melnick, University of Massachusetts Boston, United States
  615. Georges Menahem, Director of research in Economics and Sociology, CNRS, MSH Paris-Nord, France
  616. Constanza Mendoza, Artist and researcher, Chile
  617. Eduardo Meneses, Artist and Member of “Comité de Solidaridad EcuadorXPalestina”, Ecuador
  618. Aurélie Menninger, Dancer, France
  619. Nivedita Menon, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
  620. AG Menon, Architect, Urban Planner, Conservation Consultant, India
  621. Ritu Menon, Publisher, writer, India
  622. Piet Mertens, Emeritus professor in Linguistics, KU Leuven, Belgium
  623. Essaid Mesnaoui, Musiciens pour la paix, France
  624. Mark Methven, Independent Scholar / Oracle Database Administrator, United States
  625. Alan Meyers, Boston University School of Medicine, United States
  626. Michel Mietton, Professeur émérite, Université de Lyon, France
  627. Gian Giacomo Migone, Former professor of history, University of Torino, Italy
  628. Ali Mili, Académie tunisienne des sciences, des lettres et des arts, Beit al-Hikma, Tunisia
  629. John Millar, Independent historian, United States
  630. Alain Mille, Université Lyon 1, France
  631. Haynes Miller, Professor of Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
  632. Thomas Miller, University of Arizona, United States
  633. Jamal Mimouni, Head of the astrophysics program, Department of Physics, University of Constantine 1; President of the African Astronomical Society (AfAS), Algeria
  634. Paul-Antoine Miquel, Université de Toulouse 2, France
  635. Dieter Misgeld, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. University of Toronto, Canada
  636. Alexis Mitchell, New York University, Artist, Canada/United Kingdom
  637. El-Khansa Mkada, Université de La Manouba, Tunisia
  638. Amina Mkada, Translator, Tunisie
  639. Arturo Montejo-Ráez, Computer Science Researcher, Spain
  640. Maël Montévil, Université Paris 1, France
  641. Thomas Moore, Anthropologist, Peru
  642. José-Luis Moragues, Université Paul Valéry Montpellier III (Retraite), France
  643. Luisa Morgantini, Former Vice President European Parliament, Italy
  644. Edgar Morin, Directeur de recherches émérite au CNRS, France
  645. Julie Morisset, Professeure de philosophie, France
  646. Marc Mormont, University of Liege, Belgium
  647. Chantal Mouffe, Professor emeritus University of Westminster, London, United Kingdom
  648. Clément Mouhot, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
  649. Gracia Moya García, Universidad de Jaén, Spain
  650. Aamir Mufti, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
  651. Martha Mundy, Professor Emerita, London School of Economics, United Kingdom
  652. Nora Lester Murad, Fordham University, United States
  653. Claude Murcia, Professeure émérite, Université Paris Diderot, France
  654. Akram Muti Hernández, Publicist and Music Producer, Spain
  655. Pushpamala N, Artist, India
  656. Karma Nabulsi, Professor, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
  657. Véronique Nahoum-Grappe, Anthropologue, France
  658. Joëlle Naïm, Artist, author, translator, France
  659. Nadia Naser-Najjab, Lecturer in Palestine Studies, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
  660. Jamal Nassar, Emeritus Professor, California State University San Bernardino, United States
  661. Safa Nasser, Academician, Palestine
  662. Rehab Nazzal, Visual Artist, Canada
  663. Mary Jane Nealon, Writer, United States
  664. Daniel Neofetou, writer, United Kingdom
  665. Suresh Nesaratnam, Senior Lecturer in environmental Engineering, The Open University, United Kingdom
  666. Jan Nespor, The Ohio State University, United States
  667. Joe Newman, Lecturer in Popular Music, Music department, Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom
  668. Ides Nicaise, Emeritus Professor, KU Leuven, Belgium
  669. Ghyslaine Noel, Artiste, France
  670. Elisabeth Nyffenegger, ICRC (Retired), Switzerland
  671. Daithí Ó Madáin, Ollscoil na hÉireann, Gaillimh, Éire
  672. Eyleen O’Rourke, University of Virginia, United States
  673. John Oakes, The Evergreen Review, United States
  674. Jan Oberg, DrHc, peace and future researcher, Transnational Foundation, Sweden
  675. Elana Ochse, University of Torino, Italy
  676. Joseph Oesterlé, Emeritus professor, Sorbonne University, France
  677. Frédéric Ogée, Professor of British literature and art history, Université de Paris, France
  678. Josiane Olff-Nathan, Université de Strasbourg, France
  679. Perrine Olff-Rastegar , Porte-parole du CJACP (Collectif Judéo Arabe et Citoyen pour la Palestine), France
  680. Pamela Olson, Author of Fast Times in Palestine, United States
  681. Adi Ophir, Professor Emeritus, Tel Aviv University; Visiting Professor, The Cogut Institute for the Humanities and the center for Middle East Studies, Brown Universities, United States
  682. Caroline Ortoli, Poète, France
  683. Goldie Osuri, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
  684. Norman Paech, Professor emeritus University of Hamburg, Germany
  685. Christine Pagnoulle, Université de Liège, Belgium
  686. Salvatore Palidda, University of Genoa, Italy
  687. Francesco Pallante, Università di Torino, Italy
  688. David Palumbo-Liu, Louise Hewlett Nixon Professor, Stanford University, United States
  689. Sylvie Paquerot, Professeure agrégée, Canada
  690. Rose Parfitt, Kent Law School, United Kingdom
  691. Ian Parker, University of Leicester, United Kingdom
  692. Paul Parker, Elmhurst University, Professor Emeritus, United States
  693. Karine Parrot, Professeure de droit à l’Université de Cergy-Pontoise, France
  694. Nigel Parsons, Massey University, New Zealand
  695. Anand Patwardhan, Filmmaker, India
  696. Michel Paty, Directeur de recherche honoraire au CNRS, Lab SPHERE, Université Paris, France
  697. Enrico Pau, Film director, Italy
  698. Leslie Pauls, Accounting Supervisor Oakton Community College, United States
  699. Marie-Anne Paveau, Université Sorbonne Paris Nord, France
  700. Peter Pelbart, Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brasil
  701. Lorraine Pellegrini, Artiste plasticienne, France
  702. David Peñafuerte Rendón, Universidad de Jaén, Spain
  703. Livio Pepino, Former magistrate, Italy
  704. Francisco José Peragón, Técnico Laboratorio Universidad de Jaén, Spain
  705. Alberto Perez, Musician, Spain
  706. Daniel Pérez, President of AFRICANDO, Spain
  707. Amalia Perfetti, Insegnante, activiste, Italy
  708. Maria Perino, Università del Piemonte Orientale, Italy
  709. Diane Perlman, Visiting Scholar, George Mason University, Jimmy and Rosalind Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution, United States
  710. Jacques Perreux, Fondateur du Festival des Passeurs d’Humanité, France
  711. Guy Perrier, Professeur émérite Université de Lorraine, France
  712. Nicola Perugini, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  713. Adria Petani, Painter, Italy
  714. Jean-François Pétillot, Université Paul-Valéry – Montpellier 3, France
  715. Laurence Petit-Jouvet, Film-maker/Cinéaste, France
  716. Vahe Petrosian, Chair Astronomy Program Stanford University, United States
  717. Roland Pfefferkorn, Professeur émérite de sociologie, Université de Strasbourg, France
  718. Ruth Phelps, Save The Children & Médecins Sans Frontières (retired), United Kingdom
  719. Pamela Philipose, Independent Journalist, India
  720. Ronald Preston Phipps, International Center for Process Science Philosophy and Education, United States
  721. Elizabeth Picard, Emerita Directrice de Recherche CNRS, Lab IREMAM, France
  722. Sol Picciotto, Emeritus Professor, Lancaster University, United Kingdom
  723. Michael Pierse, Queen’s University Belfast, Senior Lecturer, Ireland
  724. Michael Pierse, Senior Lecturer, Queen’s University Belfast, Ireland
  725. John Pilger, Journalist, film-maker, author, United Kingdom
  726. Pedro Pinto Leite, Secretary, International Platform of Jurists for East Timor, Netherlands
  727. Alain Piqué, Retired Professor, Université de Bretagne occidentale, France
  728. Ghislain Poissonnier, Magistrate, France
  729. Christopher Pollmann, Professeur agrégé de droit public, Université de Lorraine, Metz, France
  730. Ismail Poonawala, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
  731. Vesselin Popovski, Vice Dean Jindal Global Law School, India
  732. Raphaël Porteilla, Université de Bourgogne, France
  733. Amina Poulain, Enseignante-chercheuse, France
  734. Leila Pourtavaf, York University, Canada
  735. Susan Power, Head of Legal Research and Advocacy, Al-Haq, Palestine
  736. Nicola Pratt, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
  737. Veerle Provoost, Professor of ethics, Ghent University, Belgium
  738. Prabir Purkayastha, Editor, Newsclick.in, India
  739. Anne Querrien, co-directrice revue Multitudes, France
  740. Monica Quirico, Researcher, Italy
  741. Yakov Rabkin, University of Montreal, Canada
  742. Ali Raiss-Tousi, Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom
  743. Aneil Rallin, Associate Professor, Soka University of America, United States
  744. Anandi Ramamurthy , Professor of Media and Culture, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
  745. Leda Ramos, Professor, LatinxFaculty4BLM, United States
  746. Jorge Ramos Tolosa, Universitat de València, Spain
  747. Jacques Rancière, Professeur émérite, Université Paris 8, France
  748. Gregory Randall, Profesor, Universidad de la República, Uruguay
  749. Norma Rantisi, Professor, Concordia University, Canada
  750. Mohan Rao, Former professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
  751. Syksy Räsänen, University of Helsinki, Finland
  752. Roshdi Rashed, CNRS/Université de Paris, France
  753. Kamran Rastegar, Tufts University, United States
  754. Bernard Ravenel, Historian, France
  755. Carina Ray, Brandeis University, United States
  756. Syed Tahseen Raza, Departement of Strategic & Security Studies, Aligarh Muslim University, India
  757. Fanny-Michaela Reisin, Professor Emeritus Dr., Computer Sci. Dept. at BHT Berlin; Former president of the International League f. Human Rights e. V. – FIDH Germany, Germany
  758. Dave Rendle, Poet, United Kingdom
  759. Alessandra Renzi, Associate Professor, Concordia University Montreal, Canada
  760. John Reynolds, Maynooth University, Ireland
  761. Bernard Richard, Documentary filmmaker, Paris, France
  762. Nick Riemer, University of Sydney, Australia
  763. Vincent Rivasseau, Professor, University of Paris-Saclay, France
  764. Bruce Robbins, Columbia University, United States
  765. William Clare Roberts, McGill University, Canada
  766. Chris Roberts, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
  767. Reihana Robinson, Poet & artist, Aotearoa New Zealand
  768. Lisa Rofel, Professor, University of California, Santa Cruz, United States
  769. Eleanor Roffman, retired professor emerita, United States
  770. David Rohrlich, Professor of Mathematics, Boston University, United States
  771. Marguerite Rollinde, Chercheuse retraitée, Université Paris 8, France
  772. Vincent Romani, Université du Québec à Montréal UQAM, Canada
  773. Pieter Rombouts, Ghent University, Belgium
  774. Valerio Romitelli, University of Bologna , Italia
  775. Maggie Ronayne, National University of Ireland, Galway/ Lecturer in Archaeology, Ireland
  776. Antonio C.S. Rosa, TRANSCEND Media Service – Editor, Portugal/Spain/Germany
  777. Frances Rosamond, University of Bergen, Norway
  778. Steven Rose, Emeritus Professor of Biology and Neurobiology at the Open University and Gresham College, London, United Kingdom
  779. Hilary Rose, Professor Emerita Sociology University of Bradfor, United Kingdom
  780. Jerry Rosen, California State University, Northridge, United States
  781. Jonathan Rosenhead, Emeritus Professor of Operational Research at the London School of Economics, United Kingdom
  782. Andrew Ross, Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University, United States
  783. Alice Rothchild, MD, retired, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Harvard Medical School, United States
  784. Brahim Rouabah, The City University of New York, United States
  785. Joan Russow, Researcher, Global Compliance Research Project, Canada
  786. John Ryan, Retired Professor of Geography, University of Winnipeg, Canada
  787. Mary Ryan, Writer/Actor, Ireland
  788. Hanan Saca – Hazboun, Bethlehem University, Palestine
  789. Victoria Sachse, University of Strasbourg, France
  790. Fabio Bacila Sahd, UFMA, Brasil
  791. Maha Salama, Al-Quds, Palestine
  792. Ventura Salazar García, Universidad de Jaén, Spain
  793. Gabriela Saldanha, Independent academic, United Kingdom
  794. Walid Salem , Assistant Professor, Al-Quds University, Palestine
  795. Luca Salza, Université de Lille SHS, France
  796. Didier Samain, Sorbonne University, France
  797. Catherine Samary, Économiste, altermondialiste, membre de l’UJFP, France
  798. Vida Samiian, Professor Emeritus of Linguistics, CSU Fresno, United States
  799. Rodolfo Sánchez, Professor, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Bariloche), Argentina
  800. María del Carmen Sánchez Miranda, Profesora Universidad de Jaén, Spain
  801. Odile Sanson – Friedmann – Yelles, Traductrice, France
  802. Joanna Santa Barbara, Retired physician, New Zealand
  803. Michal Sapir, writer and musician, United Kingdom
  804. Saskia Sassen, Columbia University, New York City, United States
  805. Samir Saul, Professor of History, Université de Montréal, Canada
  806. Rosemary Sayigh, Scholar, Retired lecturer at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon
  807. S. Sayyid, Professor, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
  808. Andrew Schaap, Associate Professor of Politics, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
  809. Rita Schepers, Emeritus Professor, KU Leuven, Belgium
  810. Skip Schiel, Independent photographer, United States
  811. Heike Schotten, Professor of Political Science, University of Massachusetts Boston, United States
  812. Malini Schueller, University of Florida, United States
  813. Manuel Schwab, American University in Cairo, Egypt
  814. Lionel Schwartz, Professeur émérite, Université Sorbonne Paris Nord, France
  815. Richard Seaford, Emeritus Professor, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
  816. Lynne Segal, Professor, Burkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom
  817. Michaël Séguin, Saint-Paul University, Canada
  818. Geneviève Sellier, Université Bordeaux Montaigne, France
  819. Irna Senekal, Nelson Mandela University, South Africa
  820. Martin Serge, Université Sorbonne nouvelle, France
  821. Patrick Séron, Artiste peintre, France
  822. Jacob Serruya W., Historian, Venezuela
  823. Stefano Severi, University of Bologna, Italy
  824. Benedict Seymour, University of London Goldsmiths, United Kingdom
  825. Leila Shahid, Former Ambassador of Palestine, Palestine
  826. Wisam Shamroukh, Lecturer, Palestine
  827. Stephen Sheehi, Sultan Qaboos Professor of Middle East Studies, The College of William & Mary, United States
  828. Lara Sheehi, The George Washington University, United States
  829. Stephen Sheehi, College of William & Mary, United States
  830. Simon Sheikh, Programme Director, MFA Curating, Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom / Germany
  831. Nilima Sheikh, Artist, India
  832. Shela Sheikh, Lecturer, Postcolonial Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London , United Kingdom
  833. Ria Shibata, Toda Peace Institute, New Zealand
  834. Philip Short, Writer, France
  835. Daniel Sidobre, Université Toulouse III Paul Sabatier, France
  836. Susanna Sinigaglia, Publicist, performer, Italy
  837. Nasser Sitta, MD, United States
  838. Massa Sitta, Associate, United States
  839. Eyal Sivan, Filmmaker – Essayist, France
  840. James Skelly , Institute of Advanced Study Koszeg/Sociologist, Ireland
  841. Charles Slater, California State University Long Beach, United States
  842. David Slavin, Emory Univ, Clayton State Univ, United States
  843. Susan Slyomovics, Distinguished Professor of Anthropology, University of California Los Angeles, United States
  844. John Smith, Filmmaker, Emeritus Professor of Fine Art, University of East London, United Kingdom
  845. George Smith, Emeritus Professor, University of Missouri; 2018 Nobel Chemistry Laureate, United States
  846. Ania Soliman, Artist, France/United States
  847. Nirit Sommerfeld, Singer, actress, writer, Germany
  848. Phoebe Sorgen, Berkeley Adult School, United States
  849. Sylvain Sorin, Professeur émérite, Sorbonne Université, France
  850. Ahdaf Soueif, Writer, Egypt
  851. Ghislaine Soulet, Urbaniste, France
  852. Roger Southall, Emeritus Professor in Sociology, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
  853. Jean Paul Souvraz, Artiste Peintre, France
  854. Gayatri Spivak, Columbia University, United States
  855. Michael Springate, Writer, Canada
  856. Annabelle Sreberny, Emeritus Professor, SOAS University of London, United Kingdom
  857. Pierre Stambul, Professeur retraité (Mathématiques), France
  858. Jonathan Steele, Author and journalist, United Kingdom
  859. Angelo Stefanini, University of Bologna, Italy
  860. Irène Steinert, University of Amsterdam, social psychology, Netherlands
  861. Chris Stone, Hunter College (CUNY), United States
  862. Anastasia Stouraiti, Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom
  863. Darko Štrajn, Philosopher, Educational Research Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  864. Lucienne Strivay, Honorary Professor, University of Liège, Belgium
  865. Paolo Emilio Strolin, Emeritus Professor, University of Naples Federico II, Italy
  866. Élio Sucena, Professor, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
  867. Annick Suzor-Weiner, Professor emeritus, Université Paris-Saclay, France
  868. Adnan Swaid, Retired research scientist, New Zealand
  869. Ted Swedenburg, Professor of Anthropology, University of Arkansas, United States
  870. Alain Tabbagh, Professeur émérite, Sorbonne Université, France
  871. Alexis Tadié, Sorbonne Université, France
  872. Arturo Tagliacozzo, Department of Physics, Universita’ di Napoli “Federico II”, Italy
  873. Taoufiq Tahani, Université de Lille, France
  874. Nozomi Takahashi, VIB-Ghent University, Belgium
  875. Fatiha Talahite, Economist, Senior Researcher, Paris, France
  876. Salim Tamari, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Birzeit University, Palestine
  877. Charling Tao, Director of Research, France
  878. Turgut Tarhanli, Professor of Public International Law, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey
  879. Fabien Tarrit, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, France
  880. Leyya Tawil, Artist, United States
  881. Clyde Taylor, Emeritus Professor, New York University, United States
  882. Trisha Terwilliger, Artist, United States
  883. Jacques Thibiéroz, Sorbonne Université, Paris (retraité), France
  884. Philip Thomas, Retired Psychiatrist and Former Professor, United Kingdom
  885. Ann Thomson, European University Institute (emerita), France
  886. Laurent Tichit, Université d’Aix-Marseille, France
  887. Virginia Tilley, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, United States
  888. Chris Tilly, University of California Los Angeles, United States
  889. Rachid Tlemcani, Professor of orld Politics, University of Algiers, Algeria
  890. Gianni Tognoni, Secretara General, Permanente Peoples Tribunal, Italy
  891. Steve Tombs, Professor, The Open University, United Kingdom
  892. Barry Trachtenberg, Rubin Presidential Chair of Jewish History, Wake Forest University, United States
  893. Mounir Traïkia, Assistant Professor , Université Clermont Auvergne, France
  894. Sâ Benjamin Traore, Postdoctoral research Fellow, University of Pretoria, South Africa
  895. Deepak Tripathi, Writer, United Kingdom
  896. Ipek Tureli, McGill University, Canada
  897. Oscar Ugarteche, Instituto de investigaciones economicas UNAM, Mexico
  898. Mario Roberto Uruñuela, Playwright Writer, Mexico
  899. Gabriele Usberti, Retired Professor of Philosophy of Language, University of Siena, Italy
  900. Montse Vallmitjana, Societat Catalana de Biologia, Spain
  901. Salim Vally, Professor, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
  902. Erik Van der Straeten, UA Antweren retired, Belgium
  903. Raf Van Laere, Former president of the Académie royale d’Archéologie de Belgique, Belgium
  904. Pauline van Mourik Broekman, Royal College of Art, United Kingdom
  905. Thomas Van Riet, Professor of Physics, Leuven University, Belgium
  906. Roger van Zwanenberg, Managing Director of Pluto Journals, United Kingdom
  907. Achin Vanaik, Retd. Professor of International Relations and Global Politics, University of Delhi, India
  908. Guido Vanden Wyngaerd, KU Leuven, Belgium
  909. Marc Vandepitte, Author, Belgium
  910. Eric Vanhaute, Ghent University, Belgium
  911. Michel Vanhoorne, Honorary Professor, Ghent University, Belgium
  912. Biljana Vankovska , Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
  913. Henry Veltmeyer, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, Mexico
  914. Dominique Ventre, Institut Polytechnique Paris (retired), France
  915. Aviel Verbruggen, Emeritus Professor in economics, University of Antwerp, Belgium
  916. Claude Verges, Professor of Medical Ethics and Bioethics, University of Panama, Panama
  917. Françoise Vergès, Writer, Antiracist Decolonial Feminist, France
  918. Thomas Vescovi, Chercheur indépendant en histoire contemporaine, France
  919. Anna Viacava, M.D. Psychiatrist, Italy
  920. Pedro Vianna, Poète, homme de théâtre, enseignant universitaire (Valencia), Français
  921. Dominique Vidal, Journaliste et historien, France
  922. Carlos Villán Durán, President, Spanish Society for International Human Rights Law, Spain
  923. Blanca Villuendas, Researcher, University of Oxford, Germany / United Kingdom
  924. Marina Vishmidt, Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom
  925. Vincenzo Vita, President of (AAMOD) Audiovisual Archive of The Democratic and Labour Movement, Italy
  926. Giuseppe Vitiello, Honorary Professor of Theoretical Physics, Department of Physics, University of Salerno, Italy
  927. Jan Vromman, High school teacher, doctor in arts, documentary maker, Belgium
  928. Rinaldo Walcott, Professor, University of Toronto, Canada
  929. Dan Walsh, Palestine Poster Project Archives, United States
  930. Gretchen Walters, Université de Lausanne, Switzerland
  931. Paul Wapner, American University, United States
  932. Rabab Ward, Professor Emeritus, University of British Columbia, Canada
  933. Anusheh Warda, Oakland Unified School District, United States
  934. Dror Warschawski, Sorbonne Université, France
  935. Roger Waters, Musician, United Kingdom
  936. Melissa Weiner, College of the Holy Cross, United States
  937. Thomas G. Weiss, The CUNY Graduate Center, United States
  938. Abraham Weizfeld, Independent writer, Canada
  939. Joan Whitaker, Community Health Worker, United States
  940. John Whitbeck, International Lawyer and Writer, France
  941. Johannes Wijenberg, former ambassador for The Netherlands, Netherlands
  942. John Wilkins, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
  943. Julian Williams, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
  944. Ian Williams, Writer, United States
  945. Françoise Willmann, Université de Lorraine, France
  946. Siobhan Wills, Ulster University, Ireland
  947. Peter Wills, University of Auckland, New Zealand
  948. Patricia Willson, Université de Liège, Belgium
  949. Jessica Winegar, Professor, Northwestern University, United States
  950. Robert Wintemute, Professor of Human Rights Law, King’s College London, United Kingdom
  951. Yves Winter, Associate Professor of Political Science, McGill University, Canada
  952. Nicole Wolf, Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom
  953. Theresa Wolfwood, Poet, Canada
  954. John Womack jr, Harvard University, United States
  955. Michael Wongsam, Writer, United Kingdom
  956. Pam Wortley , Retired GP, United Kingdom
  957. Jan Wyns, Teacher, Belgium
  958. Stephen Yeo, Writer, history and poetry (retired academic), United Kingdom
  959. Nathalie Younès, Associate professor Université Clermont-Auvergne, France
  960. Lissorgues Yvan, Professeur émérite de littérature espagnole, Université Jean Jaurès, Toulouse, France
  961. Hatem Zaag, mathematician, Director of research in Paris, France
  962. Patrick Zahnd, Sciences Po Paris / PSIA, Mexico
  963. Rehana Zaman, Artist, United Kingdom
  964. Bahram Zandi, Co-chair, International Committee, Green Party US, United States
  965. Maung Zarni, Co-founder and head, Forces of Renewal Southeast Asia, United Kingdom
  966. Jorge Min Hui Zhou Zhou, University of Granada, Spain
  967. Markus Zimmer, Justice Systems Advisor, United States
  968. Allan Zink, Researcher in political science, France
  969. Said Zulficar, Retired UNESCO official, Egypt

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https://richardfalk.org/2021/07/07/declaration-of-the-crime-of-apartheid-israel/

DECLARATION OF THE CRIME OF APARTHEID: ISRAEL

7JUL

[PREFATORY NOTE: The Declaration on Apartheid below is an initiative initiated by the wellknown Tunisian mathematician, Ahmed Abbes, and endorsed by scholars and artists worldwide. If impressed
please distribute widely as there is a campaign underway to reach 1,000 signatures.]

Declaration on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid in Historic Palestine
6 juillet |

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Over 700 scholars, artists and intellectuals from more than 45 countries have signed the following declaration calling for the dismantling of the apartheid regime set up on the territory of historic Palestine and the establishment of a democratic constitutional arrangement that grants all its inhabitants equal rights and duties. The signatories include many distinguished figures, including the Nobel Peace Prize laureates Adolfo Pérez Esquivel and Mairead Maguire, academics with legal expertise Monique Chemillier-Gendreau and Richard Falk, scholars Étienne Balibar, Hagit Borer, Ivar Ekeland, Suad Joseph, Jacques Rancière, Roshdi Rashed and Gayatri Spivak, health researcher Sir Iain Chalmers, composer Brian Eno, musician Roger Waters, author Ahdaf Soueif, economist and former Assistant Secretary-General of the UN Sir Richard Jolly, South African politician and veteran anti-apartheid leader Ronnie Kasrils and Canadian peace activist and former national leader of the Green Party of Canada Joan Russow.

Declaration on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid in Historic Palestine
Whereas :

1- Israel has subjected the Palestinian people for 73 years to an ongoing catastrophe, known as the Nakba, a process that included massive displacement, ethnic cleansing, war crimes, and crimes against humanity ;

2- Israel has established an apartheid regime on the entire territory of historic Palestine and directed toward the whole of the deliberately fragmented Palestinian people ; Israel itself no longer seeks to hide its apartheid character, claiming Jewish supremacy and exclusive Jewish rights of self-determination in all of historic Palestine through the adoption in 2018 by the Knesset of a new Basic Law ;

3-The apartheid character of Israel has been confirmed and exhaustively documented by widely respected human rights organizations, Adalah, B’Tselem, Human Rights Watch, and in the UN ESCWA academic study that stresses the importance of defining Israeli apartheid as extending to people rather than limited to space, [“Israeli Practices towards the Palestinian People and the Question of Apartheid,” UN ESCWA, 2017] ;

4- Israel periodically unleashes massive violence with devastating impacts on Palestinian civilian society, particularly against the population of Gaza, which endures widespread devastation, collective trauma, and many deaths and casualties, aggravated by being kept under an inhuman and unlawful blockade for over 14 years, and throughout the humanitarian emergency brought about by the COVID pandemic ;

5- Western powers have facilitated and even subsidized for more than seven decades this Israeli system of colonization, ethnic cleansing, and apartheid, and continue to do so diplomatically, economically, and even militarily.

Considering :

i- The Universal Declaration of Human Rights which stipulates in its first article that ’all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.’ And taking account that the inalienable right of self-determination is common Article 1 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Political Rights, and as such, a legal and ethical entitlement of all peoples.

ii- The International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid which stipulates in Article I that ’apartheid is a crime against humanity and that inhuman acts resulting from the policies and practices of apartheid and similar policies and practices of racial segregation and discrimination, as defined in article II of the Convention, are crimes violating the principles of international law, in particular the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations, and constituting a serious threat to international peace and security.’ The States Parties to this Convention undertake in accordance with Article IV :
_ “(a) To adopt any legislative or other measures necessary to suppress as well as to prevent any encouragement of the crime of apartheid and similar segregationist policies or their manifestations and to punish persons guilty of that crime ;
_ “(b) To adopt legislative, judicial and administrative measures to prosecute, bring to trial and punish in accordance with their jurisdiction persons responsible for, or accused of, the acts defined in article II of the present Convention, whether or not such persons reside in the territory of the State in which the acts are committed or are nationals of that State or of some other State or are stateless persons.”

The endorsers of this document :

A- Declare their categorical rejection of the apartheid regime set up on the territory of historic Palestine and imposed on the Palestinian people as a whole, including refugees and exiles wherever they might be in the world.

B- Call for the immediate dismantling of this apartheid regime and the establishment of a democratic constitutional arrangement that grants and implements on all the inhabitants of this land equal rights and duties, regardless of their racial, ethnic, and religious identities, or gender preferences, and which respects and enforces international law and human conventions, and in particular gives priority to the long deferred right of return of Palestinian refugees expelled from their towns and villages during the creation of the State of Israel, and subsequently.

C- Urge their governments to cease immediately their complicity with Israel’s apartheid regime, to join in the effort to call for the dismantling of apartheid structures and their replacement by an egalitarian democratic governance that treats everyone subject to its authority in accordance with their rights and with full respect for their humanity, and to make this transition in a manner sensitive to the right of self-determination enjoyed by both peoples presently inhabiting historic Palestine.

D- Call for the establishment of a National Commission of Peace, Reconciliation, and Accountability to accompany the transition from apartheid Israel to a governing process sensitive to human rights and democratic principles and practices. In the interim, until such a process is underway, issue a call for the International Criminal Court to launch a formal investigation of Israeli political leaders and security personnel guilty of perpetuating the crime of apartheid.

* Academics, artists and intellectuals can endorse this declaration by completing this form.

* Endorsed by 723 academics, artists and intellectuals on July 8, 2021 (click here for the full list), including

Ahmed Abbes, mathematician, Director of research in Paris, France
Sinan Antoon, New York University, United States
John Avery, Writer, Denmark
Bertrand Badie, Sciences Po Paris, France
Étienne Balibar, Anniversary Chair of Modern European Philosophy, Kingston University London, United Kingdom
Anthony Barnett, Writer, United Kingdom
Edmond Baudoin, Auteur de bandes dessinées, France
George Bisharat, UC Hastings College of the Law/Professor, musician, United States
Nicolas Boeglin, Professor of Public International Law, University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica
Hagit Borer, Professor, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
Grazia Borrini-Feyerabend, Council of Elders of the ICCA Consortium, Switzerland
Daniel Boyarin, Taubman Professor of Talmudic Culture, UC Berkeley, United States
Anouar Brahem, Musician, Composer, Tunisia
Rony Brauman, Physician, writer, former president of Médecins Sans Frontières, France
Iain Chalmers, Editor, James Lind Library, United Kingdom
Hafidha Chekir, Emeritus Professor of Public Law, Al Manar University, Tunis ; Vice President of the International Federation for Human Rights, Tunisia
Monique Chemillier-Gendreau, Professeure émérite de droit public et de sciences politiques, Université Paris-Diderot, France
David Comedi, National University of Tucumán and National Research Council, Argentina
Laurent Cugny, Professeur, Sorbonne Université, France
Eric David, Emeritus Professor of International Law at the Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Chandler Davis, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, University of Toronto, Canada
Sonia Dayan-Herzbrun, Professeure émérite à l’Université de Paris, France
Herman De Ley, Emeritus Professor, Ghent University, Belgium
Ivar Ekeland, Professor emeritus of mathematics and former President, University of Paris-Dauphine, France
Brian Eno, Artist/Composer, United Kingdom
Adolfo Esquivel, Premio Nobel de la Paz 1980 (Nobel Peace Prize 1980), Argentina
Richard Falk, Professor of International Law, Emeritus, Princeton University, United States
Emmanuel Farjoun, Emeritus Professor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Jan Fermon, Avocat. Secrétaire général Association Internationale des Juristes Démocrates, Belgium
Domenico Gallo, Chamber President in Supreme Court of Cassazione, Italy
Irene Gendzier, Prof Emeritus in the Dept Political Science, Boston University, United States
Catherine Goldstein, Director of Research, Paris, France
Neve Gordon, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
Penny Green, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
Sondra Hale, Professor Emerita, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
Michael Harris, Professor of Mathematics, Columbia University, United States
Judith Herrin, King’s College London, United Kingdom
Christiane Hessel-Chabry, Présidente d’honneur de l’association EJE (Gaza), France
Shir Hever, Political Economist, Germany
Nicholas Humphrey, Emeritus Professor, London School of Economics, United Kingdom
Abdeen Jabara, Attorney, past president, American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, United States
Richard Jolly, Emeritus Fellow, IDS, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
Suad Joseph, Distinguished Research Professor, University of California, Davis, United States
Mary Kaldor, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
Ronnie Kasrils, Former government minister, South Africa
Assaf Kfoury, Computer Science Department, Boston University, United States
Rima Khalaf, Former Executive Secretary of UN ESCWA, Jordan
Daniel Kupferstein, Film director, France
Jean-Marc Lévy-Leblond, Emeritus professor, University of Nice, France
David Lloyd, University of California Riverside, United States
Brinton Lykes, Professor & Co-Director, Boston College Center for Human Rights & International Justice, United States
Moshé Machover, Mathematician, KCL, United Kingdom
Kate Macintosh, Architect, United Kingdom
Mairead Maguire, Nobel peace laureate, Ireland
Dick Marty, Dr. Jur. Dr. H.c., former Chair of the Committee of Human Rights of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Switzerland
Georg Meggle, Philosopher, Prof. em. at University of Leipzig, Germany
Jan Oberg, DrHc, peace and future researcher, Transnational Foundation, Sweden
Joseph Oesterlé, Emeritus professor, Sorbonne University, France
Adi Ophir, Professor Emeritus, Tel Aviv University ; Visiting Professor, The Cogut Institute for the Humanities and the center for Middle East Studies, Brown Universities, United States
Karine Parrot, Professeure de droit à l’Université de Cergy-Pontoise, France
Ghislain Poissonnier, Magistrate, France
Susan Power, Head of Legal Research and Advocacy, Al-Haq, Palestine
Prabir Purkayastha, Editor, Newsclick.in, India
Jacques Rancière, Professeur émérite, Université Paris 8, France
Roshdi Rashed, CNRS/Université de Paris, France
Steven Rose, Emeritus Professor of Biology and Neurobiology at the Open University and Gresham College, London, United Kingdom
Hilary Rose, Professor Emerita Sociology University of Bradfor, United Kingdom
Jonathan Rosenhead, Emeritus Professor of Operational Research at the London School of Economics, United Kingdom
Andrew Ross, Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University, United States
Alice Rothchild, MD, retired, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Harvard Medical School, United States
Joan Russow, Researcher, Global Compliance Research Project, Canada
Richard Seaford, Emeritus Professor, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
Leila Shahid, Former Ambassador of Palestine, Palestine
Eyal Sivan, Filmmaker – Essayist, France
John Smith, Filmmaker, Emeritus Professor of Fine Art, University of East London, United Kingdom
Nirit Sommerfeld, Singer, actress, writer, Germany
Ahdaf Soueif, Writer, Egypt
Gayatri Spivak, Columbia University, United States
Jonathan Steele, Author and journalist, United Kingdom
Annick Suzor-Weiner, Professor emeritus, Université Paris-Saclay, France
Salim Tamari, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Birzeit University, Palestine
Virginia Tilley, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, United States
Salim Vally, Professor, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Roger Waters, Musician, United Kingdom
Robert Wintemute, Professor of Human Rights Law, King’s College London, United Kingdom
John Womack jr, Harvard University, United States
* Institutional affiliations are given only for identification purposes

* The full list of signatories is available here.

* Academics, artists and intellectuals can endorse this declaration by completing this form

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