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Jewish and Christian Leaders reflect on COP 26

Posted Nov 5th, 2021

COP 26 has renewed discussion around Climate Change, what the future holds, and most importantly a means of mitigating its impact. Leaders around the world are speaking up about their hopes and fears for the conference and for the environment. For your ease, we have collected together a number of reflections on the conference from religious and interfaith leaders. Read more

‘Antisemitism in the Digital Age: Online Antisemitic Hate, Holocaust Denial, Conspiracy Ideologies and Terrorism in Europe’

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‘Antisemitism in the Digital Age: Online Antisemitic Hate, Holocaust Denial, Conspiracy Ideologies and Terrorism in Europe’

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CCJ Bridge Award - Words of thanks from HRH The Prince of Wales

Posted Jun 25th, 2021

REMARKS FROM HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES AT THE BRIDGE AWARDS, HOSTED BY THE COUNCIL OF CHRISTIANS AND JEWS (CCJ)

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HRH The Prince of Wales awarded the CCJ Bridge Award

Posted Jun 25th, 2021

HRH The Prince of Wales has been presented with the Council of Christian and Jews’ prestigious Bridge Award.  

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CCJ Statement 24th May

Posted May 24th, 2021

As the Jewish holiday of Shavuot continues, we wish to share our grave concern over rising levels of antisemitism connected to events in Israel and Gaza. Read more

CCJ Statement 20th May

Posted May 24th, 2021

The Jewish festival of Shavuot, which concluded on Tuesday evening, celebrates God's gift of the life-giving Torah on Mount Sinai. On Sunday, many Christians will mark the festival of Pentecost and celebrate the gift of the Spirit of life. Read more

Former CCJ Director Receives Interfaith Award

Posted Apr 9th, 2021

This week we were delighted to share the news that former CCJ Director Elizabeth Harris-Sawczenko is the recipient of a prestigious award for interfaith dialogue from the Archbishop of Canterbury. Read more

CCJ Statement on the University of Bristol

Posted Feb 18th, 2021

CCJ stands with the University of Bristol Jewish Society following the most recent antisemitic comments by University of Bristol Professor David Miller, as reported in the press. We are especially concerned to hear that the President of the Bristol Jewish Society was subjected to online abuse in relation to this issue.

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CCJ Statement on Wiley

Posted Jul 27th, 2020

The Council of Christians and Jews unequivocally condemns the offensive and dangerous tweets from Wiley on Twitter. Since CCJ was founded in 1942 it has been part of our core mission to speak out and fight against antisemitism. As Christians and Jews we now call on Twitter to act swiftly to block antisemitism and all forms of racial hatred. Read more