Antisemitism in Universities



Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

International Definition of Antisemitism

University

The Conservatoire has adopted the International Definition of Antisemitism in full, including all of its examples.

The Definition was adopted on 27th October 2020.

This information was obtained after Campaign Against Antisemitism submitted a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 on 10th July 2020. On 2nd June 2021, the Conservatoire responded.

As part of its response, the Conservatoire provided minutes of a meeting of its Equality and Diversity Board on 27th October 2020, which showed that the Definition was adopted. Additionally, the Conservatoire published a statement published on its website on 27th October 2020.

Students’ Union

When asked on 6th August 2020, Trinity Laban Students’ Union failed to confirm whether it has adopted the International Definition of Antisemitism.


Incidents

No incidents have been reported to us, however we recognise that antisemitism is chronically underreported and it is possible that there are incidents that have not been reported. To report an incident, please contact us.


Jewish life on campus

The incidence of antisemitism on a university campus and how the university and its students’ union address antisemitism are matters of serious concern. At the same time, they do not represent the totality of Jewish life on any campus. For further information about Jewish life on campus, please contact the local Jewish Society or Jewish chaplain.

No student should have to endure antisemitism. Campaign Against Antisemitism provides specialist help to students who have experienced antisemitism, including free legal representation. For assistance with antisemitism on campus, please contact us.