GPRC statement on the use of antisemitic language

Update – we have just been notified that the copy of the statement we have is subject to some minor corrections and other amendments.

We have been asked to take it down pending these, and a consensus has emerged that we should do that. We will post the guidelines once they are completed.

The guidelines reproduced the European Union Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia (EUMC)’s WORKING DEFINITION OF ANTISEMITISM, which you can read yourselves meanwhile.

 

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9 thoughts on “GPRC statement on the use of antisemitic language

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  2. Alan Howe

    Congratulations are in order for Green Party Councillor Jason Kitkat who has been cleared of the charge of keeping his constituents informed.

    It is a shame, though, that the Green Party’s own internal procedures are not as transparent with their own members – apparently.

    Reply
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  4. modernityblog

    Any update on this statement?

    Seems like ages since it was first discussed?

    Has it been brushed under the carpet?

    Reply
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