Dave Rich is an Associate Research Fellow at the Pears Institute for the Study of Anti-Semitism, Birkbeck College, University of London, where he was awarded his PhD in 2015. He works at the Community Security Trust (CST), and is the author of 'The Left's Jewish Problem: Jeremy Corbyn, Israel and Anti-Semitism'.
The last two weeks show the Guardian's antisemitism blind spot still remains
First Diane Abbot, now Martin Rowson, why can't the left learn from their mistakes?
From Mosley to Corbyn, the fight against the oldest hatred goes on
Finding this balance between reporting on antisemitism and being a voice for the community’s fight against it has been a constant feature of the JC’s coverage of antisemitism throughout its history
Why are far too few antisemitic hate crimes prosecuted?
Met Police and the CPS have all the right policies for tackling Jew-hate – but we need results
Review of 2021: The year anti-Zionism came out of the closet in Britain
The phenomenon of antisemitism was more apparent than ever
Five tropes about Jews in one tweet - good going!
An impressive effort from Janine di Giovanni
Wise up to the coded language of Jew-hatred
The QC hired by Bristol to investigate David Miller has produced a terrible, foolish report
Guess who Prof Miller blames for his sacking?
In the former professor's world there can be no understanding of Zionism as the yearning of a long-exiled people
Deep inside UK's neo-Nazi underground
Dave Rich reveals his role in catching the nail bomber
Why such intense hatred for the Jewish state?
No other issue generates such heat in Britain — and the cause is dark and deep-rooted
We don’t need another definition of Jew hate
Those behind the ‘Jerusalem Declaration’ risk setting back the fight against antisemitism, writes Dave Rich
David Feldman should not be encouraging those who denigrate Jews
The director of Britain's only academic centre for the study of antisemitism "comes dangerously close to a classic antisemitic trope" in his views, write two of the centre's associates
Labour's new antisemitism website raises more questions than it answers
The party thinks the crisis is caused by a small number of members but it is a problem of political culture and institutional racism, writes Dr Dave Rich
Jeremy Corbyn has lit a fire of Jew-hate that is now beyond his control
'Corbyn has said and done things that can reasonably be described as antisemitic,' writes Dave Rich
Jeremy Corbyn is a leader who will not accept his own role in the mess
Antisemitism in the Labour Party is the product of an antisemitic political culture that Corbyn seems no closer to recognising or confronting
Not sure why that mural is antisemitic? Let me explain...
Graffiti artist Mear One's controversial mural combines a variety of antisemitic slurs
Policing the web is not an easy task
Antisemitism is rife online - but no one wants to take responsibility for it