Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) campaigns for peace & justice for Palestinians, in support of international law and human rights & against all racism. Help us to build a new mass anti Apartheid movement for Palestine. PSC has more than 185,000 supporters.
PSC is opposed to all forms of racism, including anti-Semitism and Islamophobia.
This site is for you to join and get involved in our #VotePalestine campaign. PSC’s exciting off-line/on-line campaign puts candidates under the spot-light and helps voters to find out which candidates to support in the General Election.
It will also enable you to kick-start or get involved in real-world campaigning in your local area. Let’s make sure the campaign for Palestine hits your local area!
Just register, log-in, volunteer and start the discussion on your local campaign
Some ideas to get you started …. (once you’ve emailed your candidates)
- Post to the discussion board for your local area letting others know you are keen to get involved
- Ask family and friends to join up too
- Use the discussion board for your local area to find out if other local people would like to meet up and discuss your plans
- Why not street stall? – contact Palestine Solidarity Campaign for resources to get you started
- Know of local candidates we don’t yet have contact details for? Let us know>
Any problems? We are only a phone call (or an email away) …. 020 7700 6192 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Why Palestine? Why now?
Campaigning for the General Election has already started and will not let up until polling day – 7 May. And this election, more than any other to date, offers an opportunity to challenge candidates honestly to state their positions on Palestine, and to influence those positions.
Palestine is the biggest international issue at this May’s General Election. The war against Gaza and the subsequent vote for the recognition of Palestine resulted in MPs receiving hundreds of thousands of letters from constituents.
It is important candidates understand just how important Palestinian human rights are to many voters so before they enter Parliament, or before their next term in Parliament.
We need to make sure that voters have the information they need to choose a candidate who is supportive of Palestinian human rights.
This is also an important opportunity for you to work together to create bigger and better local campaigns on Palestine!