Jewish housing association wins a legal fight to provide for Orthodox families

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Jewish housing association wins a legal fight to provide for Orthodox families

The case was brought by a non-Jewish mother, who argued the Agudas Israel Housing Association, and Hackney Council were discriminating against her, by not allowing her to live there. The law firm Asserson was brought in by AIHA as they’re specialists at sensitive cases affecting the North London Jewish community. The chief executive of the association has given her reaction to the High Court ruling. 

 

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