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  • Celebrating CCJ's 75th Anniversary

 

  • Chief Rabbi Writes in Today’s Telegraph

    The Council of Christians and Jews was established in 1942, at a tragic time when the Jewish world was being decimated by an ideology defined by hatred. As we struggled to deal with the devastation and grief of the Holocaust, ... Read more

  • On Holocaust Remembrance

    I begin this statement on the HMDT ceremony by a recollection of my 19-year-old self. I worked in Cambodia in an office in Phnom Penh in 2014 and 2015. One thing that has changed me since is an anonymous message ... Read more

  • CCJ statement on law signed by Polish President

    The Council of Christians and Jews (CCJ) is deeply concerned that the passing and signing into law in Poland of controversial proposals related to Holocaust education and remembrance is a significant restriction on the free discussion of history. There are two ... Read more
  • Sir Michael Latham

    Today we received the very sad news that Sir Michael Latham, one of our Vice-Presidents, has passed away. Sir Michael was a dedicated member of CCJ for many years, initially in a trustee role and later as a Vice President. ... Read more

  • Tu BiShvat: a New Year for Trees

    ‘Are trees of the field human?’ Deuteronomy 20:19 On 31 January, Jews will celebrate the minor festival of Tu BiShvat: the New Year for Trees. Those who have not encountered Tu BiShvat before may find the concept of a new year for ... Read more

  • CCJ thanks Archbishop for grant

    The Council of Christians and Jews (CCJ) is delighted to have received a grant from the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Discretionary Fund. We are very grateful to Archbishop Justin for this generous gift which is an acknowledgement of the important work ... Read more