Combating Antisemitism

"Acts of anti-Semitism in countries throughout the world, including some of the world's strongest democracies, have increased significantly in frequency and scope over the last several years."

Tim Holden
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What Is Antisemitism?

Learn more about the history of the word, Nazi antisemitism, and why rising antisemitic violence is still a threat today.


Antisemitism in the US

Assault, harassment and vandalism against Jews remain at near-historic levels in the U.S. The deadly attacks in synagogues in Pittsburgh and Poway have made American Jews feel more vulnerable than they have felt in decades.


PRESS RELEASE: 1st Poll of 'Openly Jewish' College Students Reveals 65% Felt Unsafe, 50% Hid Jewish Identity

The first poll to specifically examine rates of anti-Semitism among college students who claim a strong sense of Jewish identity and connection to Israel finds that, among this group, students are feeling unsafe and, as a result, are learning that to avoid anti-Semitism they must view their religion as something to hide, not celebrate. In fact, the survey indicates that the longer students stay on campus, the less safe they feel and the more they feel the need to hide their identity.


Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe: Countering anti-Semitism and promoting Holocaust remembrance

Concerned about contemporary manifestations of anti-Semitism, OSCE participating States are committed to addressing this challenge. In close co-operation with civil society, ODIHR raises awareness about anti-Semitism and its impact, and has developed educational tools to address this challenge. ODIHR also enables the exchange of good practices about Holocaust remembrance and education.