Scottish Council of Jewish Communites
Scottish Council of Jewish Communities

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Scottish Council of Jewish Communities
Representing, connecting, and supporting Jewish people in Scotland

Being Jewish in Scotland 2020
SCoJeC is conducting a follow-up to our inquiries into Being Jewish in Scotland (2012) and What's Changed about Being Jewish in Scotland (2015). Please help by telling us your experiences and views about what it's like to be a Jewish person in Scotland today.
Click here to complete the survey!
site last updated 23/1/2020
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About SCoJeC
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The Scottish Council of Jewish Communities (SCoJeC) is the representative body of all the Jewish communities in Scotland. The Council advances public understanding about the Jewish religion, culture and community, by providing information and assistance to educational, health, and welfare organisations, representing the Jewish community in Scotland to Government and other statutory and official bodies, and liaising with Ministers, MSPs, Churches, Trades Unions, and others on matters affecting the Jewish community. The Council also provides a support network for the smaller communities and individuals and families who live outwith any Jewish community, and assists organisations within the Scottish Jewish community to comply with various regulatory requirements. SCoJeC also promotes dialogue and understanding between the Jewish community and other communities in Scotland, and works in partnership with other organisations and stakeholders to promote equality, good relations, and understanding among community groups.
 
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Being Jewish in Scotland
Robert Winston
First Minister, Chief Rabbi, and SCoJeC
Kosher Ceilidh
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