Partners in Action – CAM’s Coalition Taking a Stand Against Anti-Semitism

April 2, 2021

Each week, we highlight the activities of our partner organizations around the world who are doing amazing work to combat anti-Semitism in their communities.

During the week of March 29th, marking the intermediary days of the Jewish spring festival of Passover, many of the Combat Anti-Semitism Movement’s partners engaged in interfaith dialogue and promoted the widespread adoption of the IHRA definition of anti-Semitism. This week also saw a shocking attack targeting an Orthodox Jewish family in New York City. 



B’nai Brith International: A Hasidic couple & their 1-year-old child were slashed in NYC in broad daylight! 


International Trauma and Healing Institute: “It Takes a Village to Stop Anti-Semitism”


 Lady Lawyer Foundation: Adoption of the IHRA Definition


B’nai Brith Canada: B’nai Brith Denounces Antisemitic Graffiti During Passover in Toronto


CIJA: Jewish Canadians Remain Most Targeted Religious Group for Hate Crime in Canada, Second Overall


Students Supporting Israel: Open Letter to Jewish Students on Campus



B’nai Brith Canada:  Jewish Students in Canada Support the IHRA Definition 


Muslim World League:  #RejectHate Campaign Petition


March Of The Living: Never Means Never Campaign for Yom HaShoah



Students Supporting Israel (SSI): International IHRA Summit


American Muslims and Multifaith Women’s Empowerment Council: Interfaith Iftar Ceremony


ISGAP: Workshop for Civil Servants Against Anti-Semitism


B’nai Brith Canada: Community Forum on Fighting Antisemitism


Eisenhower Foundation: inHUMANITY and the Holocaust


Fighting Online Antisemitism: Memory Versus Denial: The Holocaust


Alma Center: “Everything you wanted to know about the Middle East, but were afraid to ask”