Roadshow teaches how to address issues of antisemitism

MERSEYSIDE Jews were the first in the country to welcome the Antisemitism Roadshow.

Max Marcus, chairman of the Merseyside Jewish Representative Council, introduced the speakers to the pilot scheme at the King David Campus on Monday.

Speakers were Ed Horwich, of Jewish Small Communities Network, Alex Webster, of CST, and Leo Brush, of the Jewish Leadership Council.

If considered a success, the roadshow will be rolled out across the country.

The event was facilitated in collaboration with the Rep Council and the Merseyside shuls.

‘Break-out’ sessions were held after the talks where attendees addressed issues of antisemitism, including recognising it and ways of dealing with it.

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