The Handbook for the practical use of the IHRA Working Definition of Antisemitism, co-authored by Kim Robin Stoller (IIBSA – Research & Education on Antisemitism), Daniel Poensgen and Benjamin Steinitz (Bundesverband der Recherche- und Informationsstelle Antisemitismus RIAS e.V.) and Michael Whine (World Jewish Congress WJC), is now available in German:
The handbook was commissioned by the European Commission and published jointly with the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance – IHRA, with the support of the German EU Presidency.
The purpose of this handbook:
- to present the IHRA working definition of antisemitism using guiding examples and to relate these to the context of real-life antisemitic incidents and crimes
- to illustrate best practices in applying the IHRA working definition of antsemitism
- to offer a checklist for applying the IHRA working definition of antisemitism across different policy areas