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University of Bristol pays out over antisemitism complaint

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Union of Jewish Students says ruling shows universities “must respect and protect their Jewish students”

The University of Bristol has said it is “committed to learning lessons” after a student won compensation for how the institution handled their complaint of antisemitism.

According to the Union of Jewish Students (UJS), the Bristol student won an apology and an undisclosed payout from the university three years after making an initial complaint of antisemitism.

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