CAA marks Holocaust Memorial Day at police ceremony and with BBC programme
Campaign Against Antisemitism has marked Holocaust Memorial Day at the Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony held by the Metropolitan Police Service. Stephen Silverman, our Director of Investigations and Enforcement was invited to light a memorial candle at the ceremony, where he also discussed resurgent antisemitism with Deputy Commissioner Craig Mackey.
CAA’s Stephen Silverman discusses resurgent #antisemitism with @MetPoliceUK Dep Commissioner Craig Mackey, @Shomrim and @ShomrimLondon #HMD pic.twitter.com/eEQArfffMp
— Campaign Against Antisemitism (@antisemitism) January 27, 2017
We also worked with the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire to arrange a conversation between a Holocaust survivor, Susan Pollack MBE, and a Jewish student, Binyomin Gilbert, about antisemitism in Britain.
For #HMD2017 we worked with @BBC to set up this conversation between a Holocaust survivor and a Jewish studenthttps://t.co/ELyGjd7t2W
— Campaign Against Antisemitism (@antisemitism) January 28, 2017