The Parliamentary Committee Against Antisemitism Foundation (PCAAF) is a registered charity (1089736) centred on the principle that the struggle against prejudice and discrimination is not just the responsibility of the victims.
The PCAAF provides secretariat support to the All-Party Parliamentary Group Against Antisemitism. Details of which can be found here.
Our Mission is to make antisemitism a societal concern and, in doing so, help create a more tolerant and unprejudiced society.
This will be carried out through raising awareness, education, dialogue, inter-faith co-operation, research and monitoring of antisemitism in the UK.
We will encourage and pave the way for action against antisemitism amongst thought-leaders and opinion formers.
This will affect the process of policy-making, which will in turn impact on the attitudes and behaviour of our wider society.
Our Vision is of a society that undertstands that prejudice in general and antisemitism in particular is not just unacceptable but is also the responsibility of that society to eradicate.