As efforts to curb the threat antisemitism poses online continue to become a major challenge, the guide seeks to build capacity among civil society to tackle this growing threat.
Considering the range of solutions the digital space offers in tackling this challenge, this practical and action-oriented resource aims to consolidate knowledge and provide a wide range of policy and community avenues for action. The guide provides an overview of the online antisemitism threat landscape, a summary of existing policy responses on an international and national level across a range of European contexts, and a broad set of recommendations for civil society engagement with governments, platforms and wider communities to address this challenge.
The recommendations include: Awareness-raising, educating to address antisemitism, digital citizenship education, building a civil society research toolkit for online antisemitism, security considerations for countering antisemitism online, building alliances and establishing unified civil society responses as well as youth engagement.
UNESCO, B’nai B’rith International, Institute for Strategic Dialogue, “Online Antisemitism: A Toolkit for Civil Society”, 2022