Institutions and the Law
|Speakers:||Jonathan Boyd, Institute for Jewish Policy Research; Sir Terence Etherton, Lord Justice of Appeal; Dr David Hirsh, Goldsmiths, University of London; Dr Paul Iganski, Lancaster University; Antony Lerman, Honorary Fellow, University of Southampton; and Dave Rich, Community Security Trust|
|Date:||Fri, Sep. 28, 2012|
|Venue:||Central London location|
|By invitation only:||Please e-mail Jan Davison for more information: email@example.com|
This one-day event will be the first of a series of exploratory workshops on how we define and conceive antisemitism and will focus on these issues in the context of institutions and the law.
In the course of the workshop we intend to explore: the changing and contested definitions of antisemitism in European Union institutions; the concept and definition of hate crime in relation to Jews; the relationship of the law on race relations and religious and racial hatred to the Jews; and how Jewish communal organisations and activist groups define and comprehend antisemitism.
Defining and Conceptualising Antisemitism: Institutions and the Law
Antony Lerman (Honorary Fellow, University of Southampton)
Jonathan Boyd (Institute for Jewish Policy Research)
Dave Rich (Community Security Trust)
Dr David Hirsh (Goldsmiths, University of London)
Dr Paul Iganski (Lancaster University)
Sir Terence Etherton (Lord Justice of Appeal)