British Friends of Rabbis for Human Rights arranges visits to Britain for RHR executives to address both the Jewish and non-Jewish community.
In December 2012, Rabbi Arik Ascherman, one of the founders of Rabbis for Human Rights and currently Director of Special Projects and External Relations, came to teach at Limmud. Before and after the conference, he spoke at synagogues in London, Manchester, Bristol and Birmingham as well as meeting students from Leo Baeck College and leading representatives of the Quaker and Methodist communities.
To read Rabbi Warren Elf’s report on Arik’s visit to Manchester click here.
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