A Student's Guide to Antisemitism

7 Sep 2009 by CST

For Jewish students, just like all students, University is a time of learning, making friends and expanding horizons. Sadly, for some Jewish students, these positive experiences can sometimes by marred by bigotry, intimidation and racist abuse. To give Jewish students the knowledge they need to fight back against antisemitism should it unfortunately occur, CST and the Union of Jewish Students have produced A Student's Guide To Antisemitism, published today.

Written with help and guidance from leading lawyer, Anthony Julius, and his colleague Alexandra Fawcett, the Guide explains the main themes of antisemitism and how these can appear in anti-Israel and anti-Zionist debate on campus. Most importantly, the Guide also explains students' legal rights and who Jewish students can turn to for help if they do suffer from bias, discrimination or antisemitic abuse.

The Guide can be downloaded from the link above, or you can contact CST for a printed copy.

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