UJS statement following full publication of Royall report

We welcome Baroness Royall's decision to release her report into antisemitism within the Oxford University Labour Club (OULC). Despite the clear acknowledgement of antisemitic incidents occurring within OULC, it remains a concern that they haven't been appropriately addressed as part of the Labour Party's disciplinary procedures. 

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UJS team meets with Rabbi Wittenberg and Chief Rabbi Mirvis

On Tuesday, as part of their Chazon training programme, the new UJS team members met with the Orthodox Chief Rabbi, Rabbi Mirvis, and with Rabbi Wittenberg, Senior Rabbi of Masorti Judaism.

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Issues still exist following NUS' clarification of ARAF policy

Whilst we welcome the fact that only Jewish members of NUS NEC will elect the Jewish ARAF representative, there are still issues following the clarification of the ARAF policy. The 8,500 Jewish students in the UK will continue to have no say on their sole representative within NUS' structures, meaning that once again, Jewish students are not being listened to.

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Jewish Students at Oxford deserve answers and action from the Labour Party

Here is the UJS statement in light of Jewish students at Oxford writing an open letter to Jeremy Corbyn MP calling for the immediate and full publishing of Jan Royall’s inquiry into antisemitism in the Oxford University Labour Club (OULC):

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Alleged antisemitism in OULC still not addressed

Following the publishing of the Chakrabarti Inquiry into antisemitism in the Labour Party, it is evident that the Labour Party have swept the issue of alleged antisemitism within Oxford University Labour Club (OULC) under the carpet.

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UJS response to Chakrabati inquiry

We welcome the completion of Shami Chakrabarti’s inquiry into antisemitism and all other forms of racism in the Labour Party and look forward to the swift implementation of the recommendations listed.

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Statement on public apology from York Students' Union

We welcome the public apology given to Zachary Confino by the York University Students’ Union (YUSU) in light of the shocking antisemitism experienced by Zachary in his time at university.

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Celebrating Jewish Student Artists

On Thursday 9th June, UJS hosted our third annual art exhibition, entitled “Reflection – Young Jewish Identities in relation to Israel, through Art and Creative Writing”.  Around 100 community members and students joined us in this celebration of 13 student artists, from 10 campuses throughout the UK, who presented their works.

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Confirmation that Malia Bouattia's actions have amounted to misconduct

After the revelations published today by the The Tab, UJS Campaigns Director Russell Langer says:

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Response to Royall Inquiry on Antisemitism at OULC

We welcome the completion of Baroness Royall’s investigation into antisemitism within the Oxford University Labour Club and we look forward to the recommendations listed being implemented as soon as possible.  

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About UJS

We are the voice of over 8,500 Jewish students, spanning 60 Jewish Societies (J-Socs) on campuses across the UK and Ireland. We are traditional, progressive, cultural and spiritual; we come from the left, centre and right and can be found across religious and political spectrums.

Together we create and deliver powerful campaigns; fighting prejudice, advancing inclusion, and inspiring education and action on the issues that matter to us. 


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