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Toby Young: In Defense of Faith Schools

Leading British journalist and blogger Toby Young, Co-Founder of the West London Free School, writes exclusively for the JLC in response to recent critiques of faith schools.

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Dr Helena Miller: JLC Commission on Provision for Young People in the Jewish Community

Dr Helena Miller, UJIA Director of Research & Education, provides an update on the first meeting on the JLC youth commission, a project run in partnership with UJIA.

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Richard Verber: Enough Food for Everyone IF Campaign

Richard Verber, Campaigns Manager at World Jewish Relief, talks about its involvement in the IF campaign

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Eva Abeles: Public Benefit and Preston Down

Eva Abeles, Senior Solicitor in the Charities Team at IBB Solicitors, explores the impact of the Charity Commission’s case against the Plymouth Brethren.

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Debbie Fox: JLC Commission on Women in Jewish Leadership Implementation Phase

Commission member and Vice-Chair of Jewish Care Debbie Fox outlines the Commission's implementation phase.

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Alastair Falk: Modern Foreign Language Teaching

Alastair Falk, Executive Director of Partnerships for Jewish Schools (PaJeS) - a division of the JLC - outlines the communal response to the Government's shifting approach to the teaching of Hebrew in schools.

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Jonathan Boyd: UK Census

Jonathan Boyd, Executive Director of the Institute for Jewish Policy Research, gives his initial reflections on the UK Census data about Jews in Britain.

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Jeremy Newmark: The Jewish Year Book 2013 Essay

In his opening essay in The Jewish Year Book 2013, former JLC CEO Jeremy Newmark discusses the background, structure and work of the JLC.

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Andrew Dismore: How London's Menorah Sets a Challenge for the World

Andrew Dismore, Labour London Assembly Member for Barnet & Camden
The Jewish News - 6th December 2012

London is the world’s greatest city - with an openness that not only accepts ethnic, faith and cultural differences, but actively seeks and celebrates them. Last month we saw Trafalgar Square host Hindu Diwali festivities – the Festival of Lights. The month before, Muslim Eid. And this month, we will celebrate both Chanukah on the Square and Christmas – with the traditional Christmas tree donated by Norway, in recognition of Britain’s support during the Nazi occupation.

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Claudia Mendoza: Hezbollah

JLC’s Head of Policy and Research Claudia Mendoza looks at the implications that a European classification of Hezbollah as a terrorist organization would have on its operational abilities abroad.

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