Youth & Campus

CST works to give young people in the Jewish community the confidence and skills to live confident and safe lives as British Jews and as members of wider society. We do this for young Jewish people of school age though Streetwise, a partnership project between CST and the Jewish sporting and youth charity Maccabi GB, and Stand Up! a government-funded project, empowering young people to tackle discrimination, antisemitism and anti-Muslim hate. We also support Jewish students via our full time Student Security Co-ordinators.


Streetwise

Streetwise works nationally with Jewish schools and Community organisations, enhancing the personal safety and development of young Jewish people to support their physical and emotional wellbeing. Streetwise is a joint project of CST and Maccabi GB.

Streetwise runs courses and workshops on antisemitism, leadership training, internet safety, personal safety, Krav Maga (self defence) and many more subjects. Using a system of peer mentoring, supported by professional youth workers, Streetwise can help individuals in need and provide guidance and help.

Streetwise embraces all Jewish youth regardless of their religious, political or social outlook. All sessions are run by fully qualified instructors and are tailored for different age groups.

For information on the next available course please contact Streetwise on 020 8457 2331 or email [email protected]


Campus

CST works with Jewish students on campuses throughout the country, helping to train volunteers in physical protection and security. We welcome all Jewish students to join this effort.

CST asks that any instances of antisemitic abuse or discrimination on campus be immediately reported to CST’s office, or to one of the many student security volunteers.

Why should you become a Student Security Officer?

  • You will help to ensure the safety and well-being of your friends and colleagues
  • It is a good way to meet new people
  • It provides an opportunity to make a positive contribution to your campus community

Would you like to become a Student Security Officer? Join here.


Union of Jewish Students

CST works in partnership with the Union of Jewish Students (UJS) to ensure the welfare and safety of Jewish students in higher education.

Together, CST and UJS produce a campus guide to antisemitism in order to educate students how to identify and tackle antisemitism on campus.

www.ujs.org.uk


Stand Up!

Stand Up! Education Against Discrimination is a government-funded project, empowering young people to tackle discrimination, antisemitism and anti-Muslim hate. 

Stand Up! run interactive workshops to secondary schools in the UK. Workshops are delivered by a team of fully trained educators from Jewish and Muslim backgrounds. 

www.standupeducation.org