Board of Deputies launches updated Jewish Manifesto ahead of General Election
The Board of Deputies today launches its Jewish Manifesto designed to ensure that all the political parties take the concerns of Britain’s 300,000-strong Jewish community into account when setting out their own proposals for government.
Board of Deputies releases video showing the deep concern over antisemitism
Actor Tracy-Ann Oberman presents an emotional account of why she and others are deeply concerned about antisemitism
Teaching Judaism GCSE – The Definitive Conference
This essential one-day conference, which includes panels, workshops, lectures and interactive sessions, will be delivered by leading Jewish authorities in Religious Education and representatives from the exam boards
Response to barrage of rockets fired on Israeli towns from the Gaza Strip
Board of Deputies responds to intense barrage of rockets fired on Israeli towns from the Gaza Strip.
Board of Deputies President: Chris Williamson must now be expelled by Labour
Board of Deputies of British Jews President Marie van der Zyl has reacted to the decision By Labour’s ruling National Executive Council not to allow Chris Williamson MP to stand for election as a Labour candidate in his Derby North constituency.
Antisemitism is ‘killing the Labour Party’, Tony Blair tells Board of Deputies dinner
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair last night told a packed Board of Deputies of British Jews President’s dinner that antisemitism in Labour was “absolutely killing the party”.
Politicians unite to help the homeless
Politicians from all parties put disputes about Brexit and elections aside to come together in social action and support Mitzvah Day.
Board of Deputies, Facebook and CST launch resource to tackle antisemitism
The Board of Deputies has partnered with Facebook and the Community Security Trust to produce a resource about how to tackle antisemitism on the social media platform.
Support plans for the National Holocaust Memorial at Westminster
Westminster City Council is currently considering plans for a National Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre to be sited next to Parliament. This is a project of huge significance to our country, our community and the victims of this unparalleled evil and their families.