United Kingdom

According to report, UK’s National Union of Students has failed to protect Jews for 17 years

An independent report by a barrister looking into widespread allegations of antisemitism within the UK National Union of Students has concluded the body failed in its legal duty to protect Jewish students from harassment over a 17-year period.

Shoah survivor portraits to be exhibited in UK Parliament to mark Holocaust Memorial Day

30 depictions of survivors of the Shoah and other genocides will be displayed in Portcullis House to mark Holocaust Memorial Day. 

According to British Police, London antisemitic crime wave shows no signs of stopping

Antisemitic hate crimes in London were slightly higher in December 2022 than the preceding month, according to the latest data issued by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS).

Holocaust Survivor included in King Charles New Years Honors List

Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp survivor and published author Lily Ebert received one of Britain’s highest honors by being included in King Charles III’s 2023 New Years Honors List.

UK government adviser recommends that schools educate about antisemitism

The recommendation comes amid growing concern about the alarming spread of anti-Jewish hatred among young people.

King Charles to recognise all faiths at his coronation

The British King is expected to recognise that he serves all religious faiths and not just the Church of England when he speaks during his coronation.

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