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The Tab is investigating what it’s really like for students right now

We want to uncover the full extent of antisemitism and discrimination at UK universities. We want to find out the experiences of readers like you and paint a picture of what it’s really like for students right now.

Figures from CST, a charity dedicated to fighting antisemitism, report there were 25 university-related antisemitic incidents in the first half of 2022. These were incidents where the victims or offenders were students or academics, or which involved student unions or other student bodies. Of these, eight took place on campus or university property, and almost half of all the university-related incidents took place online.

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