About the BCCA
The British Council for Countering Antisemitism brings together organisations responsible for fighting antisemitism in the United Kingdom.
In response to mounting antisemitism, organisations responsible for fighting antisemitism in the United Kingdom came together to establish the BCCA in October 2017.
The BCCA aims to foster cooperation between its members, enabling them to speak with a single voice on important matters and providing a forum through which to devise and deliver new strategies and frameworks for countering antisemitism in the United Kingdom.
Any organisation established entirely or in significant part to counter antisemitism within the United Kingdom or to protect Jewish people from antisemitism in the United Kingdom can join the BCCA, subject to meeting certain criteria.
BCCA’s current members are Campaign Against Antisemitism, the Jewish Police Association, the Kehilah Security and Protection Association (KASPA), Shomrim North West London, Shomrim Salford and Stamford Hill Shomrim.
The BCCA issues statements on important matters from time to time.
We are happy to assist journalists and answer questions about the BCCA from members of the public.
BCCA’s secretariat is provided by Campaign Against Antisemitism. By contacting us you consent to your message being provided to and processed by Campaign Against Antisemitism. Additionally you consent to Campaign Against Antisemitism sharing your message with other BCCA members. If you would like to contact a member of the BCCA, please contact them directly.