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NGOCouncil of Christians and Jews
AddressCouncil of Christians and Jews, 1st Floor, Camelford House, 89 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7TP
Telephone020 78200090
Background InformationAgainst the backdrop of the Second World War, Chief Rabbi Hertz and Archbishop of Canterbury William Temple established the Council of Christians and Jews (CCJ) as a joint organisation to combat both anti-Semitism, and prejudice more generally. The CCJ currently has approximately 4,000 members through a system of local branches. Source:
Year Created1942
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KeywordsChristianity; Equality, discrimination and prejudice; Judaism; War, conflict and pacifism.
Last Edited ByJRM at 21/08/2007 15:32:08