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  • Celebrating CCJ's 75th Anniversary


  • CCJ Statement on Wiley

    The Council of Christians and Jews unequivocally condemns the offensive and dangerous tweets from Wiley on Twitter. Since CCJ was founded in 1942 it has been part of our core mission to speak out and fight against antisemitism. As Christians ... Read more

  • Refugees Welcome: a blog for Refugee Week

    Rev Heston Groenewald, Vicar of All Hallows Church, Leeds, and recipient of the 21 for 21 award for his work with refugees, writes: All Hallows Leeds, like many other churches, synagogues and mosques, welcomes refugees and asylum seekers with open arms. ... Read more
  • CCJ Statement on Family Reunion

    The Council of Christians and Jews (CCJ) is deeply concerned that the amendment to The Immigration Bill (NC29) which would have protected the current system for family reunion has not been passed. This decision undermines the right for unaccompanied child refugees to be reunited with ... Read more

  • Stay Home Save Lives: a blog for Refugee Week

    Barbara Winton, refugee rights campaigner and daughter of Sir Nicholas Winton writes:   The world became a more frightening place in March. We were all quite suddenly faced with an invisible threat that could cause suffering or even kill us and our ... Read more