Statement on “Labour’s problem with antisemitism”

Statement on “Labour’s problem with antisemitism”

28 April 2016: From the Jewish Socialists’ Group


New issue of Jewish Socialist

8 April 2015: At long last! We know you've all been holding your breath waiting for the next issue of Jewish Socialist…


Britain’s minorities must not be divided

2 February 2015: Statement by the Jewish Socialists' Group on Britain First, the Jewish community and anti-Muslim racism


What Jewish Socialists are saying to the Labour Party’s Chakrabarti Inquiry

10 June 2016: The Jewish Socialists' Group has submitted this document to the Inquiry set up by Jeremy Corbyn in response to the accusations that the Labour Party is a hotbed of antisemitism. As an organisation with decades of experience of fighting racism and antisemitism alongside other minority communities, we believe we are well placed to add clarity and make recommendations to the Inquiry and wish them luck in reaching constructive outcomes.


Secular Socialist Seder Night

4 April 2016: (publication date) This event is on 22 April 2016, 7 - 9.30pm. Details in the events section.


Refugees Welcome Here!

10 September 2015: National Day of Action Saturday 12th September, London. Marble Arch to Parliament Square,


EJJP statement on Gaza Freedom Flotilla.

30 June 2015: Israeli forces have once again seized a boat and crew with civilian aid for the people of Gaza. Among those they have taken is Dror Feiler, chair of European Jews for Just Peace (EJJP). The Jewish Socialists' Group in Britain is affiliated to EJJP, and has endorsed this statement.


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