Campaign Against Antisemitism is a volunteer-led charity dedicated to exposing and countering antisemitism through education and zero-tolerance enforcement of the law.
Known as ‘the oldest hatred’, antisemitism can be expressed as anything from ancient blood libels and conspiracy myths to antisemitism disguised as political discourse about Israel. Read the definition of antisemitism and our guide to recognising antisemitism.
Comparatively, Britain is one of the best countries in the world in which to be Jewish, but we must fight to keep it that way. There is a rising tide of antisemitism in Britain and the country is at a tipping point: unless antisemitism is met with zero tolerance, it will continue to grow and British Jews will increasingly question their place in their own country.
of British adults believe at least one antisemitic stereotype to be true, 1 in 4 people believe at least two stereotypes and 17% believe at least three stereotypes
of British Jews have considered leaving Britain in the past two years due to antisemitism and 77% have witnessed antisemitism disguised as a political comment about Israel
saw the most antisemitic crime ever recorded in Britain, with a 45% rise in antisemitic crime since 2014, but a reduction in the number of antisemites charged by police and only 15 cases prosecuted
Antisemitism is a hateful ideology. If you have witnessed an antisemitic incident, or you have been a victim of antisemitism yourself, the chances are that you will want the perpetrator brought to justice. We have produced a guide which tells you how the law can help. If you would like to know about the law on antisemitism, or would like help dealing with the authorities, please contact us. Our specialised team is here to help you.
You might also wish to help raise awareness about everyday antisemitism by reporting incidents to the Everyday Antisemitism project.
Campaign Against Antisemitism is a volunteer-led charity dedicated to exposing and countering antisemitism through education and zero-tolerance enforcement of the law. Everything that we do is done by people who volunteer their time, using donations contributed by members of the public. Join the fight against antisemitism by subscribing to our updates, volunteering, or donating.