WHICH CORPORATIONS are profiting from OCCUPATION?

WHICH CORPORATIONS are profiting from the occupation?

Who Profits from the Occupation is a research center dedicated to exposing the commercial involvement of Israeli and international companies in the continued Israeli control over Palestinian and Syrian land. Currently, we focus on three main areas of corporate involvement in the occupation: the settlement industry, economic exploitation and control over population.

Online Database and Information Center

On this website, Who Profits publishes information concerning companies that are commercially complicit in the occupation. Our online database constitutes part of an ongoing investigation. Who Profits also serves as an information center for queries regarding corporate involvement in the occupation – from individuals and civil society organizations working to end the Israeli occupation and to promote international law, corporate social responsibility, social justice and labor rights, both in Israel and internationally.

In-Depth Reports and Case Studies

Who Profits publishes in-depth reports and flash reports about industries, projects and specific companies. Our recent publications include:

Other recently published reports review, in depth, the occupation-related activity of specific companies, including:

  • Ahava – Exploitation of occupied resources.
  • Sodastream – Production in settlements.
  • G4S (Hashmira) – The involvement of private security companies in the occupation.

The Powerful Impact of Strategic Research

The verified and reliable information presented by Who Profits helps civil society organizations and policymakers to stimulate a candid public debate concerning the economic effects of the occupation and the global and local economic interests that play a significant role in sustaining Israeli control over the occupied Palestinian territories.

History

Who Profits was founded in 2007 as a research project of the Coalition of Women for Peace (CWP) – a feminist, Palestinian-Jewish organization devoted to the struggle against the occupation. The project’s character was shaped through the consistent and devoted work of many activists in CWP and the cutting-edge feminist agenda of this organization, which constituted an empowering habitat.

In 2013, in light of the expansion of Who Profits and its increasing professionalization as a research center, the project separated from CWP and became an independent organization. Who Profits and CWP continue to collaborate as sister organizations.

* Despite our great efforts to compile and present the most updated and reliable information, this website might still contain inaccuracies or errors. Please contact us with any corrections, comments or questions.

http://www.whoprofits.org/

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