The Labour Files wins current affairs Gold Award at New York TV & Film Festival

The film, 'Al Jazeera Investigations: The Labour Files - The Hierarchy' won the Gold prize in the Current Affairs category.

The documentary, which was part of The Labour Files series, uncovered how Keir Starmer's Labour Party had created a hierarchy of racism that discriminated against its Black, Asian and Muslim members.

Featuring interviews, internal documents and social media messages shared by the most senior staff in the Labour Party that demonstrated a racist culture where abuse was aimed at their own colleagues, councillors and political leaders, the film also exposed how Keir Starmer's campaign to present a tough image on antisemitism, whilst ignoring other forms of discrimination and factional abuse, drove many staff to resign and lead to the expulsion of Jewish members from the party.

The Peace & Justice Project congratulates Al Jazeera Investigations for their incredible achievement in creating this vital series of films and for their win at the New York TV & Film Festival.

Watch the full Labour Files series here.

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