About the organisation
UKLFI Charitable Trust’s objects are:
To advance legal education regarding the State of Israel and the causes and effects of antisemitism through organising legal training, staging legal lectures and promoting legal research
To promote racial harmony for the public benefit by the elimination of antisemitism by providing legal support, advice, advocacy, care, relief and assistance to victims of antisemitism and fostering relations among lawyers for the purpose of providing such legal support and help
UKLFI Charitable Trust is not aligned with any particular political viewpoint or party in the UK or Israel. The resources on this website are provided for educational purposes. They should not be taken as representing the views of UKLFI Charitable Trust as an organisation.
UKLFI Charitable Trust is a charitable incorporated organisation (CIO) registered with and regulated by the Charity Commission for England and Wales (No.1169041). Its registered office is Ludgate House, 107-111 Fleet Street, London EC4A 2AF.