Conference: Europe, Germany and Contemporary Antisemitism
March 15, 2015 at the Bnei Zion auditorium, Tel Aviv
During the last few years antisemitism is on the rise in Europe. Violent manifestations and physical assaults against Jewish citizens became commonplace. Even more significant, is the sharp rise of the public anti-Semitic discourse. It seems that it has become a ‘bon-ton’ to be anti-Semitic, sometimes camouflaged by sophisticated use of language. But, should contemporary antisemitism be considered as a ‘Jewish problem’ only? Or is it a reflection of inherent problems of today’s Europe? Continue reading
Registration until 13 Dezember: email@example.com
Conference venue: Amadeu-Antonio-Stiftung, Linienstr. 139, 10115 Berlin
Public transport: S-Oranienburgerstraße, S+U-Friedrichstraße
Organized by: International Institute for Education and Research on Antisemitism
In Co-Operation with the Amadeu-Antonio-Foundation
Supported by Aktionswochen gegen Antisemitismus 2014
and Stiftung Erinnerung, Verantwortung und Zukunft
Source: International Institute for Education and Research on Antisemitism (IIBSA), 17.6.2014
Rabat. 60 NGO activists, educators, blogger and journalists from 15 Moroccan cities and villages spread all over Morocco gathered on 14 and 15 of June in the Moroccan capital Rabat to discuss strategies in order to promote tolerance and to combat all forms of discrimination in Morocco, with a specific focus on antisemitism. The two-days event with the title „National Meeting on Tolerance. Towards a National Strategy to promote Tolerance“ was organized by the Moroccan nationwide organization Dialogus in cooperation with the International Institute for Education and Research on Antisemitism (IIBSA) based in Berlin and London. During the event, recommendations for state institutions and media were developed focusing on related main problems in Moroccan society: discrimination and hatred against homosexuals, Jews and Israel, handicapped people, the Amazigh (‘Berber’) population and Black people, as well as discrimination of women in general. Continue reading
10 April – 12 April 2012
International Institute for Education and Research on Antisemitism (IIBSA) [Germany]
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) [US]
in cooperation with
Organisation Dialogus [Morocco]
Mémoire Collective [Morocco]
Kreuzberger Inititiative to combat Antisemitism (KIGA) [Germany]
The conference has been organized by the Federation of Jewish Communities (FCJE) in Spain in cooperation with the International Institute for Education and Research on Antisemitism and other organizations. The conference language was Spanish.
3- 5 June, 2011 in Berlin
Location: Amadeu Antonio Stiftung, Linienstr. 139, 10115 Berlin (U6-Oranienburger Tor)
Many countries have implemented annual Holocaust commemoration events and educational programs on the Holocaust. However, antisemitism is on the rise and in fact often voiced with references to the Holocaust. Jews are accused of exploiting ‘the Holocaust’ while perpetrating a Holocaust-like genocide against the Pal-estinians and Jews and Israelis are inappropriately compared to Nazis. Previous research suggests that such tropes are common in Europe and that many Euro-peans believe that Jews try to take advantage of their status as victims during the Nazi era. However, no cross-country research has been done to estimate similarities and differences of this problem.
This international symposium explores the relation between specific perceptions of the Holocaust and antisemitism, and presents and discusses upcoming re-search projects on this topic. Several country specific case studies will be pre-sented and discussed in a cross-country perspective: How are Jews and the Holocaust perceived in different countries? What are the notions of the Holocaust and Jews which allow individuals or groups to voice antisemitic resentments with references to the Holocaust? Who is perceived to have perpetrated the Holocaust? How do the relations between antisemitism and the perception of the Holocaust in public and private discourses and at Holocaust commemoration events differ in the countries that were studied?
24th & 25th of November 2010
International conference on Antisemitism in Spain to be hold in Madrid, 24th and 25th of November 2010. The conference is organized by the Federation of Jewish Communities in Spain in cooperation with the International Institute for Education and Research on Antisemitism and other institutions. The conference language will be Spanish.
2-4 June 2010
The symposium brought together scholars, educators and other experts who have dealt with the issue of European Muslims’ perceptions of the Holocaust in one way or another or whose expertise adds to a further understanding of the backgrounds of how European Muslims are informed about the Holocaust.
It became clear, once again, that European Muslims are far from being a homogeneous group. The factors of influence on European Muslims’ perceptions of the Holocaust need further exploration. In addition to relevant factors of the general population in Europe, some specific factors emerged, such as the discourses about the Holocaust in the countries of origin and communities and also respective discourses about Jews; views of the Holocaust are influenced by views of Jews and vice versa.
For an understanding of European Muslims’ perception of the Holocaust it is important to take the history of Holocaust remembrance in Europe and in the countries of origin into account.
3. und 4. April 2009 in Tanger (Marokko)
VENDREDI, 3 AVRIL
Présentation des participants/es et débattre le programme
SAMEDI, 4 AVRIL
Robin Stoller: Antisémitisme: Histoire, thermes et actualités
Mohamed Mouha: La situation de l´antisémitisme au Maroc
Mohamed Khamlichi: Droits Humains et antisémitisme
Ali Khadaoui: Les Juives et les Berbères
Donnerstag, 26. März 2009 in Berlin
Internationales Institut für Bildung, Sozial- und Antisemitismusforschung (Berlin)
Yale Initiative for the Study of Anti-Semitism (Universität Yale, USA),
In Zusammenarbeit mit dem
Center for Iranian Studies, Universität Tel Aviv (Israel)
Die Veranstaltung wird gefördert durch die Landeszentrale für politische Bildungsarbeit Berlin und den Legacy Heritage Fund.
17.00 Uhr – 17.15 Uhr
Robin Stoller, Internationales Institut für Bildung, Sozial- und Antisemitismusforschung (Berlin).
Dr. Charles Small, Director of the Yale Initiative for the Interdisciplinary Study of Anti-Semitism der Yale University (USA).
17.15 Uhr – 18.15 Uhr
Antisemitism made in Iran: The German response
Dr. Charles Small, Director of the Yale Initiative for the Interdisciplinary Study of Anti-Semitism. (Englisch)
Germany and Iran: A special relationship
Dr. Matthias Küntzel, Politikwissenschaftler und Publizist. (Englisch)
18.30 Uhr – 19.30 Uhr
Die Ideologie der Hisbollah und ihre Strukturen in Europa
Alexander Ritzmann, Senior Research Fellow bei der European Foundation for Democracy (Deutsch)
Iran-Hamas-connection: Irans Palästina-Strategie
Dr. Wahied Wahdat-Hagh, Senior Research Fellow bei der European Foundation for Democracy (Deutsch)
19.45 Uhr – 20.30 Uhr
The Islamic Revolution after 30 Years: Domestic Challenges and Regional Implications
Prof. David Menashri, Leiter des Center for Iranian Studies, Tel Aviv University, Israel (Englisch)
20.30 Uhr – 21.15 Uhr
Iran and Holocaust Denial: Anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism
Dr. Meir Litvak, Senior Research Fellow am Center for Iranian Studies, Tel Aviv University, Israel (Englisch)
November 26 – 28, 2007 in Madrid
International Institute for Education and Research on Antisemitism (Germany)
Movement against Intolerance (Spain)
in cooperation with:
American Jewish Committee (Germany)
Friedrich Ebert Foundation Madrid
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Co-operation of Spain
Action for Concord in the Middle East Foundation (Spain)