April 2011 Blog Archive

  • Pesach Sameach

    18 Apr 2011 by CST

    Pesach begins today. It is a time for families to gather together, to read the Haggadah and reflect upon the meaning of freedom. CST Blog wishes all its readers and their families a Peasch Sameach.   

  • The Y-Word

    14 Apr 2011 by CST

    CST and Maccabi GB have joined with Kick It Out, football’s equality and inclusion campaign, to make a new film aimed at tackling anti-Semitism and anti-Jewish abuse in football. The film, entitled The Y-Word, has been written and produced by David and Ivor Baddiel and made by …

  • CST supporting Restorative Justice in Manchester

    8 Apr 2011 by CST

    This week saw the official launch of a Restorative Justice partnership between Greater Manchester Police (GMP) and the local Jewish community, hosted at CST's northern region office in Manchester. Restorative Justice (RJ) offers a structure for victims of crime to explain to offenders the impact that their crime has…

  • Spectator Alert: Ill-Mannered Jews Spotted in Savoy Grill

    5 Apr 2011 by CST

    As an explanation of what distinguishes the English characteristics of antisemitism from its uglier and more lethal continental equivalents, Anthony Julius’s book, Trials of the Diaspora simply cannot be bettered. Nevertheless, at 811 pages (including references), you might want something shorter and easier to read in the bath. Thankfully, The …

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