The Jewish Leadership Council has today announced three new appointments to its Council of Membership. Adrian Cohen joins the Council as Chair of the London Jewish Forum. A partner at Clifford Chance, Adrian is a former Union of Jewish Students Chair and member of the Board of Deputies. Adrian is also a central figure in …
The Jewish Leadership Council was established by its members, is guided by its members, and is responsible to its members. The JLC’s Member organisations comprise the backbone of Jewish life in the UK.
We work to support our members, believing that we are stronger when we plan together, work together and act together.
One of the guiding principles of the JLC is that we do not compete with our member organisations; rather, we work with them to add value and help create and incubate new projects when our members believe it is in the best interests of the Jewish community.
A few examples include:
- We run a shared purchasing initiative to help our members save money
- We worked with the social care organisations to make a submission for the Dilnot Commission
The Jewish Committee for the London Games (JCLG) is a partnership of Jewish communal organisations and has been working solidly over the last two years to ensure that our community can make the most of the Olympics and their legacy for Jewish London. Maccabi GB are the proud holders of the Olympic Inspire mark, and responsible …
The 2012 London Mayoral and GLA elections gave Jewish voters their opportunity to shape the capital’s future and the London Jewish Forum welcomes the re-election of Boris Johnson as Mayor of London. Bringing together the major agencies within the Jewish community, LJF published in April the “London Jewish Manifesto“, documenting many of the challenges our …