CCJ statement on law signed by Polish President

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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 particular elements to this law. The first is the issue of reference to ‘Polish’… Read more »

CCJ thanks Archbishop for grant

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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 that CCJ is doing in education, dialogue, and social action between Christians and Jews and… Read more »

CCJ Press Release on awarding inaugural CCJ Bridge Award to Smith family

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  The Council of Christians and Jews (CCJ) announces today that the Smith family (Eddie, Marina, Stephen, and James) have received the inaugural Bridge Award. The CCJ Bridge Award is a new annual award which has been introduced for the charity’s 75th anniversary year. It is given to an individual(s) who has/have made an exceptional… Read more »

CCJ Statement on Red Wednesday

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Around the world places of worship and political buildings are being lit red today to raise awareness about the persecution of Christians. The colour red represents the blood of those who have been killed for their religious beliefs and is used to raise awareness of the extent of Christian persecution and persecution of other faith… Read more »