This session will take place on Zoom from 16:00 to 17:00. After booking your place, you will be sent joining instructions, with a link to the live session.

Audience

Teachers

Location

Live online

Starts from 13/09/2022 to 13/09/2022

Antisemitism is a real and present threat in our contemporary world and in the lives of our young people. Contemporary antisemitism has many continuities with historic antisemitism in the medieval world and in Nazi Germany, however, it has distinctive forms and features of its own.

This online seminar will explore some key forms and features of contemporary antisemitism, and provide a forum for reflection on how to address antisemitic hate speech and prejudice in and through education.

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