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Discussion on combatting Anti-Semitism in Bratislava

On February 5 - 6, 2019, a high-level Conference on Combatting Anti-Semitism in OSCE Region was held in Bratislava during the annual Slovakia’s presidency in the OSCE. The conference participants (OSCE member states’ officials, diplomats, experts, activists, representatives of NGOs, and representatives of Jewish organizations) discussed the state of fight against Anti-Semitism in individual states, the effective strategies to tackle racially and religiously motivated violence and to neutralize the intolerance and xenophobia. 

IVO president Grigorij Mesežnikov took part in the conference as a rapporteur in the panel on the role of civil society and building coalitions against Anti-Semitism. At the end of the event, he summed up the content and conclusions of the discussion, attended by Jenn Lindsay (John Cabot University, Rome, Italy), Anikó Félix (Tom Lantos Institute, Budapest, Hungary), Michal Vašečka (Bratislava Policy Institute, Jonas Karpantschof (Jewish Community Public Affairs Director, Denmark) and moderator Christie Edwards (Deputy Director for tolerance and non-discrimination in ODIHR).



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