Danny has led the professional team at the Antisemitism Policy Trust for a decade during which time it has helped deliver a number of cross-party initiatives recognised by government and civil society organisations as crucial to the fight against antisemitism and other forms of racism.
Before taking up his role Danny was a senior lobbyist for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, an advisor to a Member of the British Parliament and a Student Union Campaigns Organiser. Danny has an undergraduate degree from the University of Nottingham, a Masters degree in Government, Politics and Public Policy from Birkbeck, University of London and is an MCIPR with a Diploma in Public Relations. Danny has extensive youth leadership experience and is a trustee of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust. He was awarded an MBE in the 2017 New Year's Honours list for services to Combating Hate Crime.
Amy joined the Antisemitism Policy Trust in 2014 and helped to deliver the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Antisemitism; the report of which was acknowledged by Government and others as a critical contribution to efforts to mitigate increasing levels of anti-Jewish hatred. She graduated from the University of Birmingham in the summer of 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in International Relations. Her interests include contemporary history, international security and human rights. In her spare time, Amy co-founded and co-chairs a young professionals charity committee supporting victims of terror.
Ben joined the Antisemitism Policy Trust in 2019. He moved from the education sector where he previously taught English and Maths in a mixture of primary and secondary schools. He graduated from the University of Leeds in 2015 with a first class bachelor's degree in Philosophy. He remains involved in the Philosophy for Children movement to help spread democratic values to the next generation. He sits on an advisory committee for a charity advocating for equality in the Middle East. Ben's interests include theology, ethics and political theory.