March 2015 Blog Archive

  • CST agrees national incident data sharing protocol with Police

    25 Mar 2015 by CST

    CST has signed an agreement with the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) to share antisemitic incident data with Police forces across the UK.

  • CST Annual Dinner 2015

    19 Mar 2015 by CST

    Over 1,300 guests attended the CST Annual Dinner last night in central London. It was CST’s largest ever fundraiser and one of the UK Jewish community’s largest ever charity events.

  • New Facebook guidelines for removing hate content

    17 Mar 2015 by CST

    Facebook has published a new set of rules explaining to users what kind of content is not allowed on the site. These include tougher restrictions on hate content and a ban on the use of Facebook by organisations that promote hate.

  • (Posthumous) Islamist Comedy Award for Charlie Hebdo

    9 Mar 2015 by Mark Gardner

    Sometimes an organisation reveals its true nature by deliberately behaving in a way that others can only interpret as blatantly stupid, crass and offensive.

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