European Online Monitors against Antisemitic Speech

What are the images of Judaism and Jews that you’ve been exposed to during your lifetime, and are you aware of where they come from? What are the most common myths about the Jews, and where do they originate? How to draw the line between antisemitic hate speech and legitimate criticism of Israel?

These are just a few of the issues tackled during the Training for Online Monitors against Antisemitic Hate Speech organised on the 1st and the 2nd of September in Brussels by CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe as part of the Media Diversity Institute project “Get the Trolls Out”.

The goal of the training was to gather a group of young online monitors coming from Belgium, Britain, France, Greece and Hungary who will be monitoring the European media looking for the most significant incidents of antisemitic speech. The media monitoring results will be the ground of Get the trolls out! action and response to antisemitic speech shaped through videos, cartoons, articles, radio programmes, and complaints to media outlets and responsible institutions...

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Date published: 
14/09/2015