The U.S. State Department Office of the Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism (SEAS) published a new report on Thursday highlighting policies, programs, and actions aimed at fighting Jew-hatred worldwide that cited research conducted by the Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM).
This followed the release by the White House in May of the first-ever .
The SEAS report — which can be read in full here — identified more than 40 multilateral activities, city and municipal programs, civil society leadership, and law enforcement and education resources across the globe.
“The identified programs call out antisemitism, embrace the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism, assess the prevalence and reach of antisemitism, and identify and apply diverse and dynamic solutions,” the SEAS noted.
Prior to the report’s publication, the CAM Antisemitism Research Center submitted a document to the SEAS outlining more than a dozen initiatives intended to tackle different manifestations of contemporary antisemitism at the sub-national level in Europe and Canada. Several of the initiatives addressed antisemitism as a part of wider efforts to combat all forms of hatred, and others were geared specifically toward bigotry targeting Jews.