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Online Antisemitism: A Toolkit for Civil Society
Place of publication | Year of publication | Collation: 
London | 2022 | 35 p.
Corporate author: 
Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD); B’nai B’rith International; UNESCO
Europe and North America
© Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) 2022

This guide looks to build literacy among Jewish professionals, lay leaders and community members at large – as well as wider allies from across civil society – to tackle antisemitism online. Recognising the enormous capacity for positive action that the digital space offers, it aims to consolidate knowledge and provide a wide range of policy and community avenues for action.

The guide provides an assessment of the online antisemitism threat landscape, an overview of existing policy responses on an international and national level across a range of European countries, and, importantly, a broad set of recommendations for engagement with governments, platforms and within communities to address these issues.


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