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AMCHA Initiative

“The AMCHA Initiative is a non-profit organization dedicated to investigating, documenting, educating about, and combating antisemitism at institutions of higher education in America.” Its site provides resources and reports about antii-Semitic instances on college campuses in the United States.

Anti Defamation League

This searchable site has information about the organization, background briefings and focus articles on a variety of hate groups and their leaders, the work of the legislative center and material about terrorism. Of particular note is its hate symbols database.

Campaign Against Antisemtisim

The goal of this British site is to expose and fight antisemitism in Great Britain. The site provides information about levels of antisemitic crimes in the UK, the presence of antisemitism in British political parties and the impact that antisemitism is having on the Jewish community in the UK.

Canary Mission

“Canary Mission documents people and groups that promote hatred of the USA, Israel and Jews. We investigate hatred across the North American political spectrum, including the far-right, far-left and anti-Israel activists.”

Combat AntiSemitism Movement

Information about the organization and activities and access to its research

Coordination Forum for Countering Antisemitism 

This official Israeli government site monitors antisemitism throughout the world. The site, in English, French, and Spanish, features a database keyword searchable by location, date, and event and allows you to report antisemitic incidents. Reports, press releases, and relevant links are also available.


“CyberWell is a non-profit dedicated to democratizing the fight against online antisemitism. We will serve the public as the premier research, monitoring, and alert center for tracking online antisemitism, across social media platforms in multiple languages, by launching the first ever open database of online antisemitism.”

Fighting Online AntiSemitism

Fighting Online Antisemitism (FOA) is an Israeli-based NGO dedicated to combating antisemitism through volunteer training, reporting antisemitic content on social media, and raising awareness of the phenomena of cyberhate. Established in 2020, FOA has trained over 300 international volunteers who regularly monitor antisemitic content in multiple languages and across ten leading social media networks.

Inter-Parliamentary Coalition for Combating Antisemitism (ICCA)

“The Inter-parliamentary Coalition for Combating Antisemitism (ICCA) brings together Parliamentarians from around the world to lead the fight against resurgent global antisemitism. Its principal purpose is to share knowledge, experience, best practice, and recommendations, encouraging their dissemination in an attempt to deal more effectively with contemporary antisemitism.”

Israel and Antisemitism

From the Nexus Project comes this collection of resources and readings for understanding these issues.

K-12 Antisemitism Legal Line

Database for reporting antisemitic events in K-12 schools in the United States

Map of Anti-Semitic Sentiments Worldwide 

The map presents the results of a study by The Anti-Defamation League on attitudes and opinions toward Jews in over 100 countries around the world. You can click on a particular country and get a breakdown of sentiments by age, gender and religion.

SICSA - Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism

This site offers a searchable bibliography of over 30,000 items housed in this library at the Hebrew University. Publications and research undertaken by the institute are also available along with a selected bibliography on Holocaust denial.

Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism and Racism

Housed in the Wiener Library at Tel Aviv University, this institute contains one of the largest collections of antisemitic, Nazi and extremist literature in the world.

“ works to hold antisemites accountable and creates consequences for their bigoted actions by exposing the threat that they present to all Americans.” Its website provides reports and a place to report incidences of antisemitism.

The Wiener Collection on Antisemitism

Housed at Tel Aviv University, the Wiener collection, begun in Amsterdam in 1933 by Dr. Alfred Wiener, comprises publications on the Third Reich, Europe during and between the two world wars, Jewish communities in Europe, the Holocaust, anti-Semitism and fascism throughout the world.

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