To combat a threat, one must first define it.
The Combat Anti-Semitism Movement (CAM) and its 280,000 person coalition have all endorsed the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) Definition of anti-Semitism. This definition has been adopted by 34 IHRA member countries and implemented by 27 countries and multiple other states, cities and organizations around the globe. And yet, many leaders and decision-makers are not familiar with this powerful template to assess hate and maintain accountability. To increase understanding of the definition and its practical use, CAM is hosting a unique digital event to illustrate the eleven examples of anti-Semitism offered by the definition and provide faces and real stories to each.