CAM Partners Roundtable Forum in Tel Aviv Fosters New Solutions to World’s Oldest Hatred
Israel-based partners and friends of the Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) gathered in Tel Aviv on Wednesday for a roundtable forum featuring discussions on the challenges and opportunities in the global fight against Jew-hatred in 2023 and beyond.
The event — hosted by CAM Advisory Board Chair Natan Sharansky — was designed to facilitate open and frank discourse on some of the most pressing issues facing Jewish communities worldwide and foster solutions to aid the collective effort to counter the world’s oldest hatred.
Topics included strategies for protecting Jewish students from rising bigotry on college campuses; the use of data to drive effective advocacy; the mobilization of grassroots activists from a diverse range of backgrounds; and the value of a “positive approach” in organizational work against antisemitism, among others.
In his opening remarks, Sharansky recalled the unity of the Free Soviet Jewry movement four decades ago, noting that similar across-the-board solidarity among Jewish groups and their allies was needed today to confront and defeat antisemitism, in all its contemporary manifestations.
At the end of the event, CAM founder Adam Beren called for egoless collaboration on a broad array of innovative initiatives to advance the common mission of building a better future for the Jewish people and all humanity.
CAM deeply appreciates its partner relationships, and it looks forward to incorporating the ideas and feedback shared at Wednesday’s forum into its activities in the months and years ahead.
Thanks to all of our Israel-based partners and friends who joined today’s roundtable forum, hosted by CAM Advisory Board Chair @Natan_Sharansky, where we discussed the challenges and opportunities in the global fight against Jew-hatred in 2023 and beyond. pic.twitter.com/mDfWwp5iBd
— Combat Antisemitism Movement (@CombatASemitism) March 1, 2023