Michael Whine is the
Government and International Affairs
Director at the Community Security Trust. He
also acts as Consultant on Defence and
Security to the European Jewish Congress,
and represents it at the Organisation for
Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
In 2002 he was appointed a
member of the Hate Crime Independent
Advisors Group at the Ministry of Justice of
the United Kingdom.
Between 2010 and
2012, he acted as Lay Advisor to the Counter
Terrorism Division of the Crown Prosecution
Service (CPS), and in 2013, he was appointed
to the Hate Crime Scrutiny and Involvement
Panel of the London CPS, which assesses and
evaluates hate crime prosecution cases.
Since 2008, he has on occasions, also
represented the Government of the United
Kingdom at OSCE conferences and National
Point of Contact on Hate Crime meetings.
He has been
professionally employed as a researcher on
extremism, antisemitism and terrorism for
over twenty five years.
appointed MBE in the 2012 New Year Honours.