The Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) is looking forward to participating in the Eradicate Hate Global Summit 2023 next week in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
CAM will be represented at the three-day forum from Wednesday, Sept. 27 to Friday, Sept. 29 by Board of Governors Member Misha Galperin and International Affairs and Partnerships Associate Arthur Dubov. CAM Advisory Board Chair Natan Sharansky will also join the gathering virtually.
Furthermore, CAM is facilitating the attendance of UAE interfaith relations advocate H.E. Ahmed Obaid Al Mansoori, founder of Dubai’s Crossroads of Civilizations Museum, who will speak at the summit in a conversation with American Muslim and Multifaith Women’s Empowerment Council President Anila Ali.
This year’s event marks the third annual edition of the summit, an initiative that was established in the wake of the 2018 Pittsburgh synagogue massacre.
The purpose of the summit is to provide a unique, multidisciplinary forum to share ideas and build working relationships to drive the development and deployment of effective approaches to reduce hate-fueled violence.
For more information on the Eradicate Hate Global Summit 2023, please visit: eradicatehatesummit.org