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November 19th / 7 PM EST

Covert Cash: What American Universities Don't Want You to Know About their Foreign Funding

CAEF (Canadian Antisemitism Education Foundation)

On November 19, 2020, join CAEF, ISGAP, CAM and other partners for an important panel discussion about how foreign funding is influencing American universities – and the implications for the Canadian academy. This free program will feature Dr. Charles Small, investigator Ryan Mauro, investigative CPA Michael Bass, and will be moderated by Raheel Raza.

November 18th / 9 AM EST

Online Anti-Semitism and Hate: Conspiracy in Internet Time

Italian National Coordinator for the Fight Against Anti-Semitism

At a time when conspiracy theories are spreading widely, Jews are prime targets for a cross-border phenomenon. Learn more about this worrying trend in this important Italian-language online event by the Italian National Coordinator for the Fight Against Anti-Semitism.

November 5th / 1 PM EST

Global Rise of Anti-Semitism

ACLI

Join with pastors and Christian leaders for a series of webinars discussing the increasing anti-Semitism in the USA. In the first webinar hear from State Department Special Envoy Elan Carr about the rise of anti-Semitism around the world and ways Christian leaders can compliment US government efforts to keep it from growing in the USA.

October 29th / 1:30 PM EST

Anti-Semitism 2021: The Role of Civil Society in a Polarized World

NGO Monitor

With the rise of global anti-Semitism, what is the role of civil society organizations? How does civil society contribute to both the problem and the solution? Join a discussion with Prof. Gerald Steinberg, David Peyman, and MK Michal Cotler-Wunsh as they delve into these issues.

October 27th / 12 PM EST

Debunking BDS charges about police exchanges with Israel

Scholars for Peace in the Middle East

Dr. Robert R. Friedmann is the founding director of the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange and Professor Emeritus of Criminal Justice at Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies. His interest and published work focus on community policing, terrorism, and crime analysis.  Hear from him as he discusses working closely with a number of police departments, in the U.S. and internationally, on community policing and homeland security

October 18-23

Virtual National Conference

Jewish National Fund

From agricultural research farms in the Galilee to shovel-ready housing projects for young families in the Negev, JNF’s work focuses on strategic areas that directly strengthen the future of Israel and support the land and people of Israel. Join JNF for their Virtual National Conference us to learn how their efforts are impacting Israel’s present and future.

September 9th / 1 PM EST

IHRA From Words To Action: From a National and International Perspective

The International Legal Forum

As anti-Semitism rises worldwide, the IHRA definition can play a powerful role in combating this dangerous phenomenon. However, as this definition is relatively new, it is often misunderstood or distorted and there are many questions that must be addressed. This online seminar will focus on issues such as: the unprecedented litigation filed, other attempts to legislate or implement the IHRA definition, anti-Semitism on college campuses, social media, and the correct approach to common criticism.

September 6th / 1:00 PM UK

Muslim Jewish Forum Socially Distanced Picnic

The Muslim Jewish Forum of Greater Manchester

The Muslim Jewish Forum of Greater Manchester will host its annual picnic on September 6th. The event is open to people of all faiths and is a great opportunity to speak with others from different backgrounds. No reservation is required.

August 31st / 12 PM EST

From Blood Libel to Farrakhan: Antisemitism Then and Now

International Voices For Change 

Contemporary antisemitism is on the rise, no longer operating in the fringes. In a climate of anti-racist activism coupled with misinformation, hear from leading issue experts and activists about their efforts against anti-Semitism and learn how to break down walls and take back the narrative.

August 13th / 1 PM EST

Join Club Z in Stopping Institutionalized Antisemitism in California Public Schools

Club Z

Club Z is encouraging everyone to join a virtual meeting with the Instructional Quality Commission, an advisory body to the California Board of Education on Thursday, August 13 . In this meeting,  participants will have the opportunity to tell the IQC that it is essential to incorporate adequate instructional material on anti-Semitism, not just simplistic references to it, in California’s proposed ‘Ethnic Studies’ curriculum.

August 9th - 11th

International Student Leadership Conference

CAMERA 

Join CAMERA and over one hundred students from around the world as they hear from notable scholars and speakers, such as: Eugene Konotorovitch (George Mason Law Professor ), David Brog (Maccabee Task Force Executive Director), Olga Meshoe Washington (South African Human Rights Activist), and Andrea Levin (CAMERA’s Executive Director), among others.

August / Multiple Dates

Virtual Orientations

Chabad On Campus

Join Chabad On Campus for their upcoming virtual orientations and find out more about Jewish life on different campuses across the United States and Canada. Hear from leaders at the Claremont Colleges, the University of Kansas, UC Berkeley, the University of Wisconsin, and the Université de Montréal.

August 2nd / 1:30 PM EST

Exposing Anti-Israel Bias at the UN

Hasbara Fellowships

From college and university campuses to the United Nations, Israel is unfairly attacked in many forums. Join Hasbara Fellowships as they host Hillel Neuer (Executive Director of UN Watch) who will share his riveting experiences fighting for the truth at the UN.

July 29th / 4:00 PM EST

The Role of Social Funders in Confronting the Current Crisis

Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA)
Jewish non-profit organizations around the world are currently trying to adjust to the difficulties of a global pandemic. Nevertheless, the organized Jewish world has a real purpose in this moment to serve our communities. Join this webinar hosted by JFNA to hear from Jewish non-profit leaders from around the globe about how they are handling today’s challenges.
July 29th / 2:00PM EST

Update from the Region with the Chief Rabbi of Ukraine

National Coalition Supporting Eurasian Jewry (NCSEJ)

Rabbi Yaakov Bleich has been the Chief Rabbi of Ukraine since 1990. In this exciting webinar Rabbi Bleich will sit down with NCSEJ, to provide an update on the state of Ukranian Jewry, anti-Semitism and challenges the community faces during the COVID-19 pandemic.

July 28, 2020 / 5 PM EST

The Rise in Anti-Semitism in 2020 with David Suissa and Lisa Daftari

United Hatzalah

Join United Hatzalah as they host David Suissa (Editor-In-Chief of Tribe Media/Jewish Journal) and Lisa Daftari (Foreign Affairs Expert and Journalist) for their timely webinar “The Rise in Anti-Semitism in 2020.” Suissa and Daftari will examine the latest topics regarding contemporary hatred towards Jews and the ways you can address it. 

July 23rd / 1 PM EST

Arab Voices Revive a Lost Jewish Heritage: Meet JIMENA’s Arabic Program

JIMENA

Join our partner JIMENA to learn about their important work collaborating with young Arabs to preserve the rich Jewish heritage in Algeria, Libya, and Tunisia. In this special Zoom event, you will meet members of JIMENA’s Arab fan base— live from Tunisia, Algeria, and Libya.

July 22nd / 1 PM EST

Israel and Iran: The War in the Shadows

Jewish Policy Center

Join our partner, the Jewish Policy Center as they host Dr. Jonathan Schanzer (senior vice president for research at Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD) and a former terrorism finance analyst at the U.S. Treasury Department). Schnazer will discuss the ongoing “war within wars” between Israel and Iran in Syria and beyond.

July 22nd / 11 AM EST

Leaders of the Hungarian Jewish Community

National Coalition Supporting Eurasian Jewry

Join NCSEJ, for an engaging conversation with Hungarian Jewish leaders – András Heisler and András Büchler as they discuss their successes, the revival of Hungary’s Jewish community and the challenges Jewish communities of central Europe face during the COVID-19 pandemic.

July 16th, 2020 / 2 PM EST

Blood Libels, Conspiracies, and Coronaviruses... Always Blaming the Jews

CAMERA

Join CAMERA for their exciting webinar “Blood Libels, Conspiracies, and Coronaviruses… Always Blaming the Jews” Ricki Hollander, Senior Analyst at CAMERA will provide her unique insights into the contemporary challenges Jews face as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

July 2, 2020 / 1 PM EST

Chabad on Campus: Transforming Jewish Students

Alums For Campus Fairness

Join Alums For Campus Fairness as they host Chabad on Campus for their important webinar “Transforming Jewish Students.” Rabbi Shlomie Chen (Vice President of Student Engagement) and Yossi Witkes (Director of Educational Experiences) will discuss innovative initiatives that help students become more involved on the national and international level.

Jun 18, 2020 / 1 PM EST

Israel Caught in the US-China Crossfire.

CAMERA

Join CAMERA for their exciting webinar “Israel Caught in the US-China Crossfire.” Lahav Harkov, diplomatic correspondent and senior editor at the Jerusalem Post will provide exceptional insight into Israel’s political position between two of the worlds leading powers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Email: [email protected] to register.

Jun 14-18, 2020

AJC Virtual Global Forum

American Jewish Committee (AJC)

For the first time in AJC history, we will be holding a Virtual Global Forum. This five-day online event will feature a moving opening plenary, conversations with world leaders, spirited debates, and the high-level content you have come to expect at an AJC Global Forum. At the Virtual Global Forum panelists will discuss the most important issues facing the Jewish people and the world, including the rise of anti-Semitism and other forms of hate in the era of the coronavirus, the 2020 U.S. presidential election, Israel’s quest for peace and security, and the future of the transatlantic relationship.

Register here: https://www.ajc.org/virtualglobalforum2020

June 4th, 2020 / 4 PM EST

The New York Times and Its Israel Problem

CAMERA

Join CAMERA the Inaugural Meet-the-Analyst Series featuring CAMERA’s Ricki Hollander and Gilead Ini. Hollander and Ini are the co-authors of the monograph Indicting Israel: New York Times Coverage of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict. At this webinar, the panelists will discuss The New York Times and how it portrays the State of Israel.

Register here: https://bit.ly/2AmrFHa

May 20, 2020 / 11:00 AM EST

Where Do We Go From Here?: Combatting Anti-Semitism and Racism in the 21st Century

Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP)

Join ISGAP for this important webinar on how to address anti-Semitism and racism in modern times.

 

Speakers will include:

Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP; Research Scholar, St. Antony’s College, Oxford
Dr. Carlton Long, CEO, Lawrence-Long & Co. Educational Consulting
Dr. Sunni Ali, Northeastern Illinois University
Dr. Victoria Kamsler, Former Lecturer at Princeton University and Wellesley College
Professor Katya Gibel Mevorach, Anthropology and American Studies, Grinnell College
Dr. Kevin Rome, President, Fisk University

Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_0Xnpu1vuTF2aAs2pAzGPlA

May 14, 2020 / 2 PM EST

UPROOTED: How 3000 Years of Jewish Civilization in the Arab World Vanished Overnight

JIMENA: Jews Indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa

Until the mass exodus of Christians and Yazidis, the post-1948 displacement of more than 850,000 Jewish refugees was the largest population movement of non-Muslims from the Arab Middle East and North Africa. Lyn Julius will share insights from her book: UPROOTED: How 3000 Years of Jewish Civilization in the Arab World Vanished Overnight and will debunk certain common myths. Why did the exodus happen, why are the Jewish refugees the key to peace?  What lessons can we learn from the mass exodus of minorities?

Register here: https://bit.ly/3bYsVOY

May 6th, 2020 / 2 PM EST

Saving the Iraqi Jewish Archives: A Journey of Identity

JIMENA: Jews Indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa

Join JIMENA for a fascinating conversation on the Iraqi Jewish Archive with film-maker, Adriana Davis and Iraqi Jewish leader and advocate, Carole Basri. Their latest film, “Saving the Iraqi Jewish Archive” explores the history and stories of the Iraqi Jewish Archive which consists of over 4,800 books and artifacts that were stripped from Iraqi Jews starting in 1952. Rescued by US soldiers in 2003 from a flooded basement of the Iraqi secret police, the archive was brought to the USA for restoration and exhibition.

Register here: https://bit.ly/3aTGC05

April 20, 2020 / 1:30 PM EST

Understanding the Middle East through Political Caricatures

The International Legal Forum (ILF)

Join the ILF for an exciting webinar with lecturer and researcher, Noam Bannet. Noam’s webinar will dive into the internal situation in the Middle East in the face of the Coronavirus pandemic. Countries such as Syria, Lebanon, Iran, and others will be highlighted through the prism of internal discourse as it is presented in the various political cartoons published in these countries.

Watch here: https://zoom.us/j/97731815950

Apr 20, 2020 / 11 AM EST

Antisemitism in the Time of COVID-19: The Real Danger, The Real Fight

Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP)

Join ISGAP for a webinar with Fiamma Nirenstein. Nirenstein is an expert on Middle East conflicts, terrorism, antisemitism and human rights. She will examine how the coronavirus is impacting the Middle East and Western democracies. Attention will focus on geopolitical transformations in the times of crisis. Attendees will have the opportunity to have their questions answered during the live event.

Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OzHB0lyhRZCX1oACMvga2Q

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