CAM to Host Panel at Upcoming Latin American Forum for Combating Antisemitism in Buenos Aires
The Latin American Forum for Combating Antisemitism — co-hosted by the Latin American Jewish Congress (CJL) and Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in partnership with the Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM), Latino Coalition for Israel (LCI), and Hatzad Hasheni — will be held on July 17th-18th, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The distinguished gathering will bring together top government officials, antisemitism experts, and Jewish community leaders to discuss contemporary manifestations of Jew-hatred in the Latin America region and effective measures to counter the phenomenon.
CAM will host a panel on the cities-oriented approach to fighting antisemitism worldwide, with a focus on Latin America. CAM will invite a group of mayors, other municipal officials and decision-makers, and experts to take part in the panel and discuss initiatives to confront antisemitism at the local level.
Last held in Latin America in 2016, this year’s forum will coincide with the 28th anniversary of the AMIA Jewish community center bombing in Buenos Aires, in which 85 people were murdered.
For more information (in Spanish), please visit: foroantisemitismo.org