We are delighted to announce that the former Archbishop of Canterbury has become an Honorary Patron of Campaign Against Antisemitism.
The Rt Rev. and Rt Hon. Dr The Lord Carey of Clifton PC RVC GBE FRSA served as Archbishop of Canterbury from 1991 to 2002. Both during his tenure as Archbishop of Canterbury and since, Lord Carey has spoken out firmly against antisemitism and worked tirelessly to strengthen bonds between Christians and Jews. Lord Carey led efforts to deepen the Church of England’s involvement in Holocaust commemoration, and has devoted many addresses to discussion of the lessons of the Holocaust. He is Honorary President of the International Council of Christians and Jews and in 2016 he delivered the Simon Wiesenthal Centre’s important Dorothy Gardner Adler State of Antisemitism Lecture.
He joins our existing Honorary Patrons, The Rt Hon. The Baron Ahmad of Wimbledon, Bob Blackman MP, The Baroness Deech of Cumnor DBE, Mike Freer MP, Jonathan Goldberg QC, Fabian Hamilton MP, Brian Kennelly QC, The Baron Mitchell of Hampstead, Dr Matthew Offord MP and The Rt Hon. Sir Eric Pickles.