April 2015 News Archive

  • BBC amends online 'Constituency Profile' following complaints from Jewish community

    28 Apr 2015 by CST

    According to reports in the Manchester Evening News and Daily Express, the BBC has amended is online election profile of the Blackley and Broughton constituency in North Manchester after receiving several complaints that it was antisemitic in nature.

  • CST joins international workshop to combat antisemitism

    24 Apr 2015 by CST

    CST's Director of Government and International Affairs, Michael Whine, joined representatives of over 30 organisations at an international workshop in Vienna this week to discuss measures to combat antisemitism.  

  • Neo-Nazis in London

    22 Apr 2015 by Mark Gardner

    Two antisemitic far Right gatherings have occurred in London in successive weeks, showing the Jew-hating essence of both the fake intellectual and the street thug wings of the UK far Right. CST will continue opposing such events, working closely with our communities, Police and Government. 

  • Amnesty International rejects call to campaign against antisemitism

    21 Apr 2015 by CST

    The Jewish Chronicle has reported that the human rights groups Amnesty International has rejected a call by one of its members to campaign against antisemitism.

  • Scale of online abuse in football revealed

    17 Apr 2015 by Dave Rich

    Football's anti-discrimination group Kick It Out have published research that shows the scale of online abuse of Premier League players and clubs this season. They found over 134,000 abusive tweets, posts and comments, of which 28% were racist and 9% were antisemitic.

  • Fighting hatred together or setting communities apart

    15 Apr 2015 by Dave Rich

    CST’s work combating antisemitism is widely recognised as a model for others to follow and we are proud to help other communities combat bigotry, prejudice and hatred. We do this because we believe our shared experiences can help to bring communities together. The opposite approach is typified by MEND, a Muslim advocacy group whose activities risk increasing hostility and suspicion between communities.

  • How CST's incidents response team helps victims of antisemitism

    13 Apr 2015 by CST

    Working in the CST Incident Department is challenging but highly rewarding. We are often the first point of contact for victims of antisemitism. When we answer the phone we do not know what we are going to be dealing with.

  • Antisemitic chants marr Dutch football match

    8 Apr 2015 by CST

    Dutch authorities are investigating reports of fans reportedly chanting antisemitic slogans at a top flight football match in Holland.

  • Hidden Agenda at Southampton University?

    2 Apr 2015 by Mark Gardner

    The cancellation on “health and safety” grounds of a planned anti-Israel conference at Southampton University hides a deeper problem with the conference: its organiser’s insistence that Zionism can only be understood by deep reference and understanding of Jews, Judaism, “Jewish being” and “Jewish pathology”.

  • New CST recruits graduate as security volunteers

    2 Apr 2015 by CST

    Last night, approxmately 120 new CST security volunteers graduated after completing CST training courses in London.

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