Partners in Action: CAM’s Coalition Taking a Stand Against Antisemitism

December 1, 2021

Each week, we highlight the activities of our partner organizations around the world who are doing amazing work to combat antisemitism.

Hanukkah symbolizes the Jewish people’s millennia-long struggle against assimilation and destruction attempts. The eight-day “Festival of Lights” sends an inspirational message to all humanity, yet also often is a time that Jewish communities worldwide experience a higher frequency of antisemitic attacks.

This Hanukkah, and at all other times of the year, the Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) and its partner organizations are vigilantly monitoring contemporary manifestations of Jew-hatred and working relentlessly to forge a more tolerant future.


Pardes Institute — A Reflective Guide for Each Night of Hanukkah

World Jewish Congress — Statement Welcoming Ban of Austrian Extremist Group’s Annual Meeting

Center for Jewish Impact  Supported for First European Professional Basketball Club to Adopt IHRA Working Definition of Antisemitism


Chess4All Chess Tournament for Intercultural Solidarity between Israel and Cuba

Students Supporting Israel (SSI) Petition to Have Duke University Reinstate Campus Chapter

Philos Project — Students Traveling to Eight Cities for Public Menorah Lightings as Part of #ShineALight Initiative


Israel-Alma– Arab Israelis Discuss Their Personal Experiences Growing Up in Galilee

Claims Conference — Celebrating Hanukkah and Honoring Holocaust Survivors

Category:CAM Weekly