The Jewish Leadership Council occasionally publishes research reports and policy papers.
You can download these papers below in PDF form. Alternatively, contact our office to obtain printed copies.
The Jewish Leadership Council (JLC) has responded to the government’s Integrated Communities Strategy green paper by submitting a formal response to the consultation.
The Integrated Communities Strategy green paper, released in March 2018 in response to the Casey Review is the government’s vision for “building strong integrated communities where people live, work, learn and socialise together, based on shared rights, responsibilities and opportunities”.
The green paper sets out a programme of proposed actions to take across government to deliver the vision at the local and national level.
The JLC has submitted a response which includes programmes and activities of its member organisations and other responses from communal organisations who they work with. The submission includes best practice examples but also highlights where the JLC supports or rejects certain policies.
The Board of Deputies of British Jews and the Jewish Leadership Council last night launched a paper entitled Brexit and the Jewish Community which seeks to outline the opportunities and challenges Brexit presents to the Jewish community.
At a packed event in the Houses of Parliament, hosted by the All Party Parliamentary Group on British Jews, Daniel Hannan MEP and Louise Ellman MP discussed the potential opportunities and challenges of leaving the EU for the Jewish community with Sky' Sandy Rashty.
Ahead of his election as JLC Chair, Jonathan Goldstein produced a manifesto, setting out his vision and goals for the JLC under his chairmanship. You can read the document here.