Comparing the IHRA definition and the Code of Conduct

Jennie Formby, 2016 Labour Party Conference. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

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Palestine Briefing has circulated a detailed comparison of the IHRA definition and the Labour Party Code of Conduct on Antisemitism.

This establishes beyond doubt that the Code of Conduct is by far the better document – if dealing with antisemitism is the real aim.

The briefing also gives some examples of how the IHRA definition has been misused in practice.

UPDATE, 29 July 2018, 20.30: We have recived and added to this post another line-by-line comparison of the two documents prepared by Robert Jones



IHRA code
Labour’s NRC draft
EU leads criticism after Israel passes Jewish ‘nation state’ law
Why I’m Concerned About The IHRA Definition Of Antisemitism, Richard Burden
Labour’s code of conduct isn’t antisemitic – it’s a constructive initiative, Brian Klug
Labour’s antisemitism code is the gold standard for political parties, Jon Lansman
As Jews, we reject the myth that it’s antisemitic to call Israel racist

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