CCJ Statement on Lecture at LSE by Richard Falk

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University campuses provide a space for discussion and exploring new ideas. With students holding a variety of conflicting views on Israel/ Palestine it is vital that discussion on this topic takes place in a sensitive manner rather than being reduced to heated debate. For a university to allow a speaker who has been condemned for… Read more »

Press Release – CCJ Celebrates Gift From ‘the Patron’s Fund’

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CCJ is delighted to announce that it has been gifted a £2,500 gift from ‘The Patron’s Fund’, the charitable fund set up to acknowledge the work of the charitable organisations for which Her Majesty, The Queen acts as a Patron, on the occasion of her 90th birthday. Around £750,000 is available to distribute between nearly… Read more »

CCJ Statement on Recent US Travel Ban

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As Christians and Jews we have learnt from history that when borders are shut to those who are fleeing persecution great suffering ensues. Discrimination on the grounds of religion or national origin is always wrong. We stand together with our Muslim friends and colleagues and those of all faith and none to ensure that the… Read more »

Deputy Director Visits Buckingham Palace

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When I received a phone call from Buckingham Palace three months ago, inviting me to an informal luncheon with the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace on 26th October 2016, I could hardly believe my ears and it wasn’t until I actually received the formal invitation that it became a reality. I… Read more »

CCJ Statement on the Home Affairs Select Committee Report on antisemitism

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CCJ Statement on the Home Affairs Select Committee Report on antisemitism.   CCJ welcomes the Home Affairs Select Committee’s report: ‘Antisemitism in the UK’.   The increase in antisemitic abuse that the report has identified makes grim reading. The failure of individuals in key positions to deal effectively with this abuse is highlighted in the… Read more »