Developing educational content to combat anti-Semitism

"to fix the world, means to fix education,"

                                         (Janusz Korczak)

 

Education for tolerance and acceptance of the other is the real key to eradicating anti-Semitism. Only education can ensure that today's children will not bring their prejudices into the world of tomorrow.

 

The Diaspora Ministry, along with its partners, invests in the development of educational content to combat anti-Semitism as part of a long-term strategic vision to create a tolerant and accepting society.

 

 Among the main efforts are:

  • Integrating content dealing with Holocaust memory, combating anti-Semitism and promoting inter-religious tolerance as an integral part of the educational curriculum of schools and high schools in Europe, the FSU and South America.
  • Development of educational internet content about the history of anti-Semitism and its manifestations from ancient times to the present.
  • Development and accessibility of courses on appropriate behavior on the internet and prevention of anti-Semitic hate speech.
  • Developing content for instructing educators to combat anti-Semitism and dealing with complex questions.