Last updated: 2004-12-08
Indian Jewish Association event
The Indian-Jewish Association brings together leaders and members of the Indian and Jewish communities in Britain.
Our programme of activities includes cultural and social events, but we also look at matters of common concern, such as human rights and anti-racism legislation. The Association is a charity, the trustees of which are leading members of both communities. Membership is open to all irrespective of religious background.
The founding co-chairman were Aubrey Rose CBE and the late Pranlal Sheth CBE, who sought to capitalise on long-standing friendships between members of both communities. Recent meetings have included evenings with Sir Mark Tulley veteran BBC India correspondent, former Chief Justice Jois of Purjab and Haryana, a screening of the documentary Shalom Bombay and a production of Routes Journey of a Lifetime.
IJA-UK at 6 Bloomsbury Square, London WC1A 2LP.