Blog – Engagement

  • The CST Keyring Project: raising awareness of the importance of reporting antisemitism

    19 Mar 2019 by CST

    CST has produced ‘CST Report’ keyrings with contact details to make it as easy as possible for people to report antisemitism or suspicious activity to CST. These keyrings have been distributed at a number of Jewish secondary schools from across the religious spectrum this year, with the intention that pupils have CST’s contact information when they need to report something. In several schools, we have also given short talks in school assemblies to explain the importance of reporting antisemitism and suspicious activity to CST and to Police.  

  • CST securing the Jewish News Big Family Show

    19 Mar 2019 by CST

    CST staff were delighted to run a stall at the Jewish News Big Family Show and Expo at Allianz Park this weekend. The show hosted 130 exhibitors and around 6,000 guests and featured an opening speech by Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, as well as celebrity hosts Rachel Riley and Nick Ferrari.  

  • CST Security Shabbat hosted by Bushey United Synagogue

    14 Feb 2019 by CST

    CST senior staff were delighted to join Bushey United Synagogue recently for a very special Security Shabbat. CST was honoured to be welcomed by the community to talk about our work and the opportunities available for members to help us in our mission to tackle antisemitism across the UK.  We would like to express our sincere thanks to Rabbi Elchonon Feldman, the Board and members of Bushey United Synagogue who are extremely engaged and supportive of our work and of our mission.    

  • CST will come and speak with you

    15 Jan 2019 by CST

    If your synagogue, organisation or community group would like CST to talk about our work at one of your formal or informal meetings, please get in touch with us. We do not charge for this service and are very happy to provide it.    

  • CST supports hate crime awareness events whilst reaching over 1 million people online

    23 Oct 2018 by CST

    This October, CST supported National Hate Crime Awareness Week (NHCAW) organised by 17-24-30 No To Hate Crime Campaign alongside Stop Hate UK. CST attended events and ran stalls around London and produced a successful social media campaign to raise awareness of NHCAW and the importance of reporting hate crime.   

  • CST goes back to school

    4 Jul 2018 by CST

    CST has been focused on working with Jewish schools and parents to ensure all members of our Jewish community have access to the vital support and protection we offer. As well as launching the new publication A Parent’s Guide to CST at the Maccabi Community Fun Run earlier this summer, CST has been attending schools to work with parents, staff and teachers to explain the crucial work we do and what we can offer.  

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Joshua Rowe
Chair of Governors, King David High School, Manchester