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Implementation of the all-Party Parliamentary Report Into Antisemitism Feedback and Responses

Following a significant increase in antisemitic incidents during the Israel-Gaza war of July and August 2014, a group of cross-party MPs decided to examine evidence on the nature of antisemitism in the UK, with specific reference to the Middle East conflict and to consider measures to confront it.

Published: 
May 6, 2015

They did so, in light of the previous all-party inquiry into antisemitism of 2006 which over the previous decade had set a course for action that had led to the development and implementation of successful national frameworks and local strategies to address anti-Jewish hatred. The report contained 34 recommendations which were broadly grouped into five themes, namely: supporting fellow citizens in words and deeds, holding a responsible public debate, intensifying interfaith co-operation, modernising the fight against antisemitism and celebrating and communicating successes. Fundamentally, the inquiry provided the new parliament and government with a plan for action.

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