Write letter: Canadians call on Puma to end its complicity with Israeli Apartheid
Take one-minute to write to the heads of Puma Canada and Puma North America.
Be part of the February 12, 2022 global #BoycottPuma campaign! Let's give Puma the boot!
Global sportswear manufacturer Puma is involved in violations of international law and human rights. Puma is the main sponsor of the Israel Football Association (IFA), which includes teams in Israel’s illegal settlements on occupied Palestinian land.
Since 2019, contact has been made with the head of Puma in Canada calling for a response.
In December 2020, 30+ organizations indicated
We join with other consumers in Canada and around the world in letting you know that we will not purchase Puma products until the company stops these unethical practices, and until the Puma logo is no longer featured on the website for the Israel Football Association. The first sentence in your “Code of Conduct” is “Puma respects human rights”; we call on Puma to live up to that commitment.
In the fall of 2021, Puma received more than 1,000 letters.
Once again, Puma tried to explain away their apartheid partnership. Read more.
So it is time to write again.
With Amnesty International now joining Human Rights Watch and B'Tselm in saying that Israel is practicing apartheid, we call on Puma and other companies complicit in supporting apartheid to be sure they are not left on the wrong side of history!
Amnesty exposed the involvement of “almost all of Israel’s civilian administration and military authorities… in the enforcement of the system of apartheid against Palestinians across Israel, in the West Bank and Gaza,” as well as “against Palestinian refugees and their descendants outside the territory.” Puma surely does not want to be associated with apartheid.
Join in adding your voice by sending a letter.
Boycott Israeli Apartheid!
Organizations supporting the Dec. 2020 call included:
Added in 2022: Barnard-Boecker Centre Foundation (BBCF), Solidarity With Palestine-St. John's