Minority rights

Event Report: Author Evening with Dr Leroy Logan – Closing Ranks

IHRC held an author evening with Leroy Logan on Tuesday, 14th September 2021, chaired by Raza Kazim. Dr Leroy Logan is a founding member of the Black Police Association Charitable Trust. Purchase Closing Ranks from the IHRC Bookshop. WATCH THE FULL EVENT HERE: Raza Kazim asked about

Event Report: Children’s Rights to Express Solidarity with Palestine

Children have been targeted in schools for expressing solidarity with the people of Palestine.  Several schoolteachers as well as some headteachers have threatened to discipline children if they continue to express that solidarity in any way. Chaired by Mick Napier (Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign), IHRC

Context is key: Impropriety but not anti-Semitism

Summary of General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) Fitness to Practise Committee’s (FtPC) determination against registrant Nazim Hussain Ali, 26 October – 5 November 2020 (principal hearing) by Adam Majeed Adam Majeed is a legal journalist based in Hong Kong Context is key. To understand the need

Peace is still holding

The guns stopped 25 years ago, but is the war over and can territorial unity survive in Bosnia and Herzegovina?  Demir Mahmutćehajić discusses the problems of the Dayton Peace Agreement, in particular the problems it has created around representation, what it means to Bosnia and

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Open Letter to the JC

IHRC has written an open letter to The Jewish Chronicle to complain about their reporting of Genocide Memorial Day’s school resources.

Corbyn and Anti-Semitism – Prof Gus John answers Archbishop Welby

Esteemed academic Professor Gus John resigned last week from a Church of England advisory body in response to the Archbishop of Canterbury’s support for Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvi’s intervention in The Times calling on Jews not to vote for Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party.

Rabbi’s election intervention throws minorities under the bus

PRESS RELEASE IHRC views with astonishment today’s call by one of Britain’s most influential rabbis for Jews to effectively abandon the Labour Party in next month’s upcoming general election on account of the alleged scale of anti-Semitism within the party. In condemning Labour as trenchantly