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“Anti-Semitism in football – How serious is it now?”

20 Sep “Anti-Semitism in football – How serious is it now?”


Kick It Out would like to make you aware of a panel discussion – “Anti-Semitism in football – How serious is it now?” – taking place at JW3, a Jewish cultural centre in North London, at 6.30pm on Thursday 6 October 2016. 


Roisin Wood, Kick It Out’s Director, will be appearing on the panel which is organised by Action Against Discrimination’s Chairman, Jonathan Metliss.


Other panellists include Henry Winter, Chief Football Writer at The Times and fellow journalist Anthony Clavane and author of ‘A Yorkshire Tragedy’, as well as Joe Jacobson, a Jewish footballer who plays for Wycombe Wanderers and Tony Bloom, Chairman of Brighton and Hove Albion.


There will be opportunities for members of the audience to submit questions to the panel prior to the event.


You can book your ticket via https://actionagainstdiscrimination.eventbrite.co.uk/ and the official flyer is attached. The address of the venue is:


341-351 Finchley Road