Labour Friends of Israel seeks to promote a strong bilateral relationship between Britain and Israel and educate members of the Labour movement on the policy successes and challenges within Israeli society. LFI supports the Labour Party in its efforts to ensure the coalition government continues to seek the realisation of a two state solution, with Israel, recognised and safe within its borders, living peacefully alongside a democratic and viable Palestinian state.
“At LFI, we recognise the importance of pursuing equal opportunities and justice for all Israeli citizens. That is why we are proud to be members of the Task Force.”
Jennifer Gerber, Director, Labour Friends of Israel
6 January 2017
British lawmakers visit Israel to meet groups fighting anti-Arab hatred in soccer and online; hope to bring useful ideas back to U.K. to combat anti-Semitism and racism. Britain’s soccer leagues may tower above Israel’s in quality, size and pretty much every other measure, but a group of British lawmakers thinks there is at least one area in which the United Kingdom could learn something from soccer in the Jewish state: how to tackle racism on the pitch.
16 October 2012
The UK Task Force organised a session during the Labour Friends of Israel shadow cabinet delegation to Israel on 10 October, to learn about the
11 October 2011
Alan Johnson’s blog post on Jewish-Arab relations in Israel in light of the Tuba Zangariya mosque arson on 3 October 2011 was featured on the