Addressing Anti-Semitism through Education Guidelines for Policymakers

Addressing vulnerability and promoting security
Posted Jun 06, 2018 | UNESCO

The changing geopolitical climate, and the new media environment, means that anti-Semitism is no longer confined to extremist circles. It flourishes as an attitude, replicated in myth, conspiracy, imagery, media and culture, borrowing from historic tropes and reinventing itself in new guises. By addressing anti-Semitism in and through education, policymakers and educators develop citizens who are informed about global and local concerns, and who share values and responsibilities based on human rights, democracy and global citizenship. These guidelines by UNESCO offer a broad educational framework to address anti-Semitism and  combat intolerance and discrimination.


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