American Hellenic Institute Joins Combat Antisemitism Movement’s Global Coalition as Partner Organization
The American Hellenic Institute (AHI) announced this week that it had formally joined the Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) as a partner organization.
CAM’s interfaith and non-partisan coalition — dedicated to the common mission of fighting and ultimately defeating antisemitism — spans the globe, counting more than 400 partner organizations and 360,000 individuals as members.
“We are honored to join the Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM),” AHI President Nick Larigakis stated. “AHI has been at the forefront in working with the American Jewish community, including organizations such as B’nai B’rith International and the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, to promote and advance the Eastern Mediterranean partnership between Greece, Cyprus, and Israel and has advocated for the United States’ engagement to support it. It is equally important that a similar effort to work with our Jewish colleagues exists at the community level to combat antisemitism.”
“We are honored to join @CombatASemitism. @TheAHIinDC has been at the forefront in working with the American Jewish community, including @BnaiBrith @Conf_of_Pres, to promote & advance the #EasternMed partnership between 🇬🇷🇨🇾🇮🇱 & has advocated for US’ engagement to support it. pic.twitter.com/UVxTcfpIxY
— American Hellenic Institute (@TheAHIinDC) January 6, 2022
Founded in 1974, the AHI is an independent non-profit public policy and advocacy center based in Washington, D.C., that works to strengthen relations between the United States and Greece and Cyprus, and within the Greek American community.
It describes its mission as “upholding the rule of law in matters of U.S. foreign policy, particularly in our nation’s dealings with Greece, Cyprus, and Turkey.”
For more information on the American Hellenic Institute, please visit: ahiworld.org