Tag Archives: Antisemitism

  1. Defining Antisemitism: Freedom of Speech on British Campuses and Beyond

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    December 1, 2020 by IJV

    Kenneth Stern in conversation with Seth Anziska and Salma Karmi-Ayyoub, chaired by Jacqueline Rose IJV and Birkbeck Institute for the …
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  2. IJV response to EHRC report


    October 30, 2020 by IJV

    As British Jews committed to working for a just peace between Palestinians and Jews in the Middle East, we are dismayed by the bitterness and division currently raging in and around the Labour Party in the wake of the EHRC report on antisemitism in the Labour Party. These inward-looking arguments do nothing to help the crucial struggle against anti-Semitism and at the same time draw attention and energy away from the plight of Palestinians, which continues to worsen while simultaneously fading as a matter of international public and political concern. We call on everybody in the Labour Party, and also on our fellow Jews in Britain, to seek to move beyond the current dispute and to focus on working together for equal human rights and dignity for everybody in the Middle East.

  3. Echoes of shattering glass

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    November 17, 2013 by IJV

    On the eve of the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, Oxford Philosopher and IJV signatory Brian Klug delivered the opening lecture …
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