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Publications


Combating Antisemtism on Social Media and Online

Antisemitic Incidents Report January-June 2014

Annual Review 2013

Jewish Communual Security in Britain in 2013

Antisemitic Incidents Report 2013
The annual Antisemitic Incidents Report is CST’s most significant publication. CST is the only organisation in the country dedicated to collecting, analysing, responding to and publishing statistics relating to antisemitic incidents nationwide. Its findings are relied upon by the Government and the Police.

For an executive summary of the report, please click here.

Antisemtic Discourse Report 2012

Antisemitic Incidents Report January-June 2013

Annual Review 2012

Antisemitism and Jewish Communual Security in Britain in 2012

Antisemitic Incidents Report 2012
For an executive summary of the report, please click here.

Antisemitic Discourse Report 2011

Antisemitic Incidents Report January-June 2012

Elections Report 2012

Antisemitic Incidents Report 2011

For an executive summary of the report, please click here

Annual Review 2011

Annual Review 2011

Antisemitism and Jewish Communual Security in Britain in 2011

Antisemitic Discourse in Britain in 2010

 

 

Antisemitic Incidents Report January-June 2011

Terrorist Incidents against Jewish Communities and Israeli Citizens Abroad 1968-2010

For an executive summary of the report, please click here

Elections Report 2011

A Guide to Fighting Hate Crime

A practical guide to recording hate crimes, designed to help other communities copy CST’s model. This publication was funded by a grant from the Home Office Victims Fund.

Antisemitic Incidents Report 2010
The annual Antisemitic Incidents Report is CST’s most significant publication. CST is the only organisation in the country dedicated to collecting, analysing, responding to and publishing statistics relating to antisemitic incidents nationwide. Its findings are relied upon by the Government and the Police.

For an executive summary of the report, please click here

Antisemitic Incidents Report January-June 2010

Antisemitic Discourse Report 2009

Elections Report 2010

Perspectives on antisemitism
Perspectives on antisemitism, racism and society from some of the members of CST's Advisory Board.

CST's Annual Review 2009
An overview of CST's work and partnerships during 2009


 

Antisemitic Incidents Report 2009
The annual Antisemitic Incidents Report is CST’s most significant publication. CST is the only organisation in the country dedicated to collecting, analysing, responding to and publishing statistics relating to antisemitic incidents nationwide. Its findings are relied upon by the Government and the Police.

For an executive summary of the report, please click here

A Student's Guide to Antisemitism on Campus

antisemitic incidents January June 2009

Antisemitic Incidents Report Jan - June 2009

 

Antisemitic Discourse Report

Antisemitic Discourse Report 2008

Elections Report 2009

 

A Police Officer's Guide to Judaism
A publication which introduces Police officers to the laws and traditions of Judaism.

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Cartoons and Extremism by Joel Kotek
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CST, European Jewish Congress and the Anti Defamation League have co-sponsored the publication of Cartoons and Extremism: Israel and the Jews in Arab and Western Media by Dr. Joel Kotek (Vallentine Mitchell, 2009).  An Antwerp-based historian, Dr. Kotek connects the dots between these contemporary cartoons and antisemitic caricatures throughout history, from medieval times through Nazi-era propaganda. 

 

 

 

Countering Online Radicalisation - A Strategy for Action

Antisemitic Incidents Report 2008
The annual Antisemitic Incidents Report is CST’s most significant publication. CST is the only organisation in the country dedicated to collecting, analysing, responding to and publishing statistics relating to antisemitic incidents nationwide. Its findings are relied upon by the Government and the Police.

antisemitic discourse report

Antisemitic Discourse in Britain in 2007
Antisemitism does not soley consist of hate crimes it is also about the public mood, rhetoric and imagery that surrounds media and political coverage of Jews and Jewish issues. These are the issues that CST analyses in this report.

 

 

Elections Report 2008

 

 

Antisemitic Incidents Jan 2008 - June 2008

 

 

Definitions of Antisemitic Incidents

CST classifies as an antisemitic incident any malicious act aimed at Jewish people, organisations or property, where there is evidence that the incident has antisemitic motivation or content, or that the victim was targeted because they are (or are believed to be) Jewish.

 

 

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