CEJI is often called upon to help develop the educational resources of other institutions, such as the OSCE-ODIHR Teaching Aids on Antisemitism.
CEJI’s training approach is informed by the latest neuroscience research on strategies to neutralize biases. These strategies are applied through CEJI’s training and educational advocacy activities. New programmes are created regularly in response to the evolving social and political context.
Likewise, CEJI’s research activities are informing policy development at national and international levels.
Reports have included:
- Facing All the Facts – Connecting on Hate Crime – to improve systemic responses to hate crime in 6 countries (2017-2019).
- Hate Crime Training Mapping across 27 EU Member States, on behalf of the High-Level Working Group on Racism and Xenophobia (2020-2021).
- NOA Belgian Report Card (2022).
- NOA Hungarian Report Card (2022).
- NOA Dutch Report Card (2023).
- Mapping of Antisemitism Strategies in Cities, in cooperation with the European Coalition of Cities against Racism (ECCAR) (2022 ongoing).
- NOA National Report Cards on government measures to counter antisemitism and foster Jewish life (2020 – ongoing).