Report of the Meeting for Representatives of Ministries of Education on “Education to Combat Anti-Semitism”, Vienna, 7 - 8 November 2010
On 7 and 8 November 2010, ODIHR organized a meeting to review experiences in the field of combating anti-Semitism through education. The aim of the meeting was to identify successful approaches, share good practices, and discuss challenges. The meeting focused on three areas:
- international co-operation on combating anti-Semitism through education;
- ODIHR’s education project to combat anti-Semitism, which is currently running in 14 OSCE participating States; and
- challenges, opportunities and future steps in the field.
Among the participants were representatives of Ministries of Education and Ministries of Foreign Affairs from OSCE participating States, representatives of international organizations, experts involved in ODIHR’s education project to combat anti-Semitism and academics as well as teachers and secondary school students who have worked with teaching materials to combat anti-Semitism developed by ODIHR.
The meeting took the form of a roundtable discussion, at the OSCE Conference Centre in the Hofburg in Vienna.
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