The CPS reviewed its procedures for prosecuting hate crime at the recommendation of the first All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Antisemitism. At the recommendation of the second all-party inquiry, the CPS reviewed its guidance on prosecuting cases involving communications sent by social media and updated guidelines have been issued.
The Society of Editors launched its Online Moderation Guide at the House of Commons in 2014. Then Communities Minister Stephen Williams praised the APPG Against Antisemitism for its role in inspiring the report which was “the start of an important conversation”.
In 2010, John Mann MP made a number of recommendations in a report he drafted as chair of a special task force on antisemitism and islamophobia for the Football Association. The FA responded with a formal report which fed its inclusion and anti-discrimination plans.
There is guidance available to Students’ Unions on managing the risk associated with external speakers on campus written by NUS. This includes a comprehensive summary of the legal and regulatory situation, model regulations, implementation advice, flowcharts and case studies. Universities UK (UUK) has also published guidance, for Vice-Chancellors on External Speakers in Higher Education Institutions. The APPG Against Antisemitism played a key role in demanding its publication. Another report by UUK examining harassment and hate crime targeting University students is available here and a report by the Equlity Challenge Unit for Higher Education on religion and belief to which the APPG inputted is available on its site.