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Campaign Against Antisemitism

We have lived through a golden era of Jewish history in Britain, but it is now in peril. With antisemitism at unprecedented levels and severely affecting Jewish life, action is more urgent now than ever. We must put everything we have into this fight, for the sake of our future and our children’s future.

In the face of this alarming trend, at Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) we have been working tirelessly to combat the oldest hatred in all its forms. Campaign Against Antisemitism is a volunteer-led registered charity dedicated to exposing and countering antisemitism through education and zero-tolerance enforcement of the law.

The impact of our work is tangible. We put antisemites out of business. We spread alarm amongst those who spread hate. CAA has launched landmark litigation against antisemites, leading universities, anonymous online trolls, political parties, police forces and even the Crown Prosecution Service when necessary, to ensure that offenders are held to account.

In November, we led the historic national March Against Antisemitism, mobilising over 100,000 Jews and non-Jews in the largest gathering of people against antisemitism since the Battle of Cable Street almost a century ago. But that was only a part of our intensive efforts since 7th October: we have expanded our volunteer network to empower ordinary Jewish people and our allies to take action; produced impactful social media content to the largest online following of any organisation in the community; regularly exposed participants in anti-Israel marches and campus encampments; made scores of reports to the authorities and helped untold numbers of victims; commissioned groundbreaking polling that has informed policy-making at the highest levels; pressured the police and engaged with Government to defend British Jews; redoubled our education work to all ages; and repeatedly put antisemitism on the media’s front pages.

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