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TfL Commit to Remove al-Quds Day Adverts From Travel Network

Following on from a complaint made by the Fair Play Campaign Group last week, Transport for London (TfL) have committed to remove Al Quds Day March adverts from the TFL network. To view our statement, please click here.

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Fair Play Complaint Regarding al-Quds Day Adverts

To view the Fair Play Campaign Group complaint to Transport for London (TfL) regarding the advertisement of the Al-Quds Day March on London buses please click here.

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Mick Davis Addresses Commemoration of the 1972 Munich Massacre

Chair of Board of Trustees Mick Davis gave the following address to those assembled at Guildhall for the 40th anniversary of the murder of 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympic games:

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Jewish Online Magazine Interviews JLC CEO Jeremy Newmark

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JLC Announces New Members

The Jewish Leadership Council has today announced three new appointments to its Council of Membership.

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JLC Hosts Roundtable with Minister for Civil Society

Earlier today, the JLC hosted the Minister for Civil Society, Nick Hurd MP, at a roundtable discussion with the Chief Executives of a number of major Jewish charities. The meeting took place at the Jewish Care Wohl Campus in Golders Green.

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JLC Hosts Roundtable Discussion with Shadow Foreign Secretary

Earlier today the JLC hosted a roundtable discussion with Rt Hon Douglas Alexander MP, the Shadow Foreign Secretary and leading members of the Jewish Community.

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Sensible Action from UK Government on BDS

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The only way is up: Leaders back plans to help women reach the top

A raft of measures to increase the number of women holding top professional and lay posts in community organisations have been agreed by the Jewish Leadership Council (JLC), other communal leaders and welcomed by the Equalities Minister, Lynne Featherstone MP.

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Q & A: Daniel Grabiner, Union of Jewish Students Outgoing President

1. What motivates you to be involved in communal life? 

I have always been involved in the community and after being the President of a Jewish Society when I was on campus in Leeds, UJS simply felt like the next step. I truly value our community and am a product of what it offers. I have been on summer camps, a gap year; involved in music and theatre and put on events in the community. This involvement has strengthened my Jewish identity and I wanted to give something back to a community that has already provided me so much.

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