Supporter Survey Winner Announced!

Congratulations to the winner of our 2013 Supporter Survey, Alice Blanc, who was delighted to receive the prize of a meal for two at the highly acclaimed Restaurant 1701!

Alice said:  "René Cassin stands out as a unique organisation since its roots in Judaism offers a new perspective on issues that the Jewish people know too well, and uses the wisdom of our ancient texts with Human Rights law to fight any form of discrimination."  

We would like to thank our supporters who took time to participate in the survey; the results are being analysed and will be crucial in planning our work going forward. We would also like to thank Restaurant 1701 for their generous donation of this prize. 


Jewish "Postcards for Justice" sent to Nick Clegg

René Cassin, as a member of the Justice Alliance, mobilised the Jewish community to participate in mass lobbying efforts against legal aid cuts. 

Campaign efforts included the Postcards for Justice Campaign, a protest in front of Lib Dem headquarters, and petitioning of Lib Dem members Simon Hughes and Nick Clegg to oppose the cuts.  René Cassin is deeply concerned about the impact of recent and proposed legal aid cuts on access to justice in the UK.  We continue to be involved in this issue and firmly believe that equal access to justice remains a pivotal human right.


Deadline for RCFP applications extended!

The deadline for applications to the 2015 RCFP has been extended to 31 December!  Apply today


Antislavery Day march to stop torture in Sinai

Join NGO Stop Sinai Torture on a protest march to stop the kidnapping and torture of migrants in the Sinai. 

18 October at 12 noon under Marble Arch, London W1H 7DX. Aim to reach Old Palace Yard at the Houses of Parliament by 2pm and be there until 4pm. Please come dressed in a combination of Red, White and Black.

The march is a peacefull ‘walk in witness’ for a horrific crime on humanity. We will be walking in small groups of 10 along the pavement, each group accompanied by one of our stewards and following a route approved by the police.

Learn more about the issue. 


WIN - meal for two at acclaimed Restaurant 1701

We want to hear from you! Have your say on René Cassin and the work we are doing to protect human rights by taking part in our online survey.

What do you think of our work? How can we better support you? What do you want to know more about? Please complete the survey by Friday 25 October. It will take under 5 minutes.
As an additional incentive, one lucky participant will win a meal for two at the new and highly acclaimed Restaurant 1701. The only kosher restaurant listed in the Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2014, it is London’s first fine dining restaurant celebrating the world of Jewish cuisine.
 The restaurant sits within the grounds of Britain’s oldest synagogue, Bevis Marks, built in 1701 and designated a building of national interest.
We are seeking the views of everyone who may be interested in our work, so please encourage all of your contacts to take part too. Your thoughts are important to us.
To complete the survey please click here.

Do you have what it takes to be our new Chair? Find out more and apply today at