Board of Deputies launches social media campaign to encourage women and young people to become Deputies
At the start of its presidential election year, the Board of Deputies is launching a social media campaign to encourage young people and women to stand for election as Deputies.
Board of Deputies concerned over law which makes it illegal to blame Poland for Holocaust crimes
Board of Deputies Vice President Richard Verber has commented on the new Polish law which will make it illegal to attribute Holocaust crimes to Poland, rather than Nazi Germany.
Board of Deputies President calls for Muslims and Jews to work together to marginalise extremists
Board of Deputies President Jonathan Arkush has called on Jews and Muslims to stand together on issues including halal and shechitah, circumcision and the current anger surrounding coroner services, and to marginalise extremists.
‘Hassell must go!’ says Board of Deputies
The Board of Deputies is calling for Mary Hassell, the Senior Coroner for Inner North London, to be removed, following a deeply disappointing meeting with the coroner, where she showed little interest in addressing the Jewish community’s concerns in her work.
Jewish Living Experience exhibition is launched at Manchester Cathedral
Hundreds of Manchester schoolchildren and members of the public will be learning about the Jewish way of life this month following the launch of the Jewish Living Experience (JLE) exhibition at the city’s cathedral on Monday.
Board of Deputies at Limmud Festival 2017
The Board of Deputies will be running sessions and taking part in others at this year's Limmud Festival. Check out the full programme of sessions with our involvement below and follow Twitter for live updates!
Board of Deputies reacts to BBC Religion and Ethics Review
Board of Deputies Chief Executive Gillian Merron has welcomed the BBC’s Religion and Ethics review in which the broadcaster commits to expanding coverage around Jewish festivals.
Welcome for Twitter policy changes
Marie van der Zyl, Vice President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, the national representative body of the UK Jewish community, responded to Twitter’s new policy changes, saying: