Save the Date: 7th Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism to Be Held in Jerusalem July 13-15
With antisemitism on the rise worldwide, both in the physical and digital realms, all hands are needed on deck to fight back.
Next month, on July 13-15, Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Diaspora Affairs will host the 7th Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism in Jerusalem.
The event — the largest of its kind dedicated to tackling Jew-hatred — will focus on the recent rise of antisemitism around the world, the torrent of anti-Jewish bigotry that accompanied the Covid-19 pandemic, and the challenges posed by the growing prevalence of online prejudice.
The Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) is organizing a forum panel on the topic of dealing with antisemitism at the local level. This discussion will feature mayors and other municipal leaders sharing best practices on protecting their Jewish communities and promoting interfaith tolerance.
More information on attendance options, both in-person and virtual, for the forum will be made available at a later date.