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Title: Addressing Anti-Semitism through Education Teaching Aids
Other Titles: Increasing Knowledge about Jews and Judaism, Teaching Aid 1
Overcoming Unconscious Biases, Teaching Aid 2
Addressing Anti-Semitic Stereotypes and Prejudice, Teaching Aid 3
Challenging Conspiracy Theories, Teaching Aid 4
Teaching about Anti-Semitism through Holocaust Education, Teaching Aid 5
Addressing Holocaust Denial, Distortion and Trivialization, Teaching Aid 6
Anti-Semitism and National Memory Discourse, Teaching Aid 7
Dealing with Anti-Semitic Incidents, Teaching Aid 8
Dealing with Online Anti-Semitism, Teaching Aid 9
Anti-Semitism and the Situation in the Middle East, Teaching Aid 10
Corporate Authors: OSCE ODIHR Tolerance and Non-Discrimination Department (TND) 
Subject Keywords: anti-Semitism ; intolerance ; hate crime ; anti-discrimination ; tolerance ; stereotype ; prejudice ; culture ; diversity ; education ; genocide ; history ; Holocaust ; Holocaust education ; Holocaust remembrance
Key Issues: Anti-Semitism ; Holocaust remembrance and education
Issue Date: 4-Dec-2019
Publisher: OSCE-ODIHR, Words Into Action Against Anti-Semitism
Edition: 1
Material Type: teaching material
tools and guides
Format: booklet
Language: English
Series: Addressing Anti-Semitism through Education Teaching Aids
Volume: 0
Country Coverage: OSCE region 
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Abstract: In recent years, violent and deadly anti-Semitic attacks have spread fear throughout Jewish communities in the OSCE region. All too often, Jewish people are forced to contend with physical assaults, the destruction or vandalism of Jewish cemeteries, synagogues and community buildings and online or offline anti-Semitic hate speech and harassment. While the need for international efforts to combat anti-Semitism is increasingly urgent, it is educators who have the power to address this pressing social challenge by instilling the values of mutual respect and equality in their students. Based on research by the University of Derby into the most prevalent challenges teachers face in educating about anti-Semitism in the OSCE region, ODIHR, within its multi-year German funded project “Turning Words into Action to Address Anti-Semitism”, has produced ten specialized teaching aids to support teachers to address anti-Semitism. They offer guidance for responding effectively to challenging questions or behaviour from students,provide brief but essential background information on contemporary manifestations, and signpost other useful resources for further reading. The overall learning approach focuses on promoting human rights, tolerance and critical thinking. This set of teaching aids complements other resources produced by ODIHR such as the Addressing Anti-Semitism through Education: Guidelines for Policymakers, Addressing Anti-Semitism inSchools: Training Curricula and Addressing Anti-Semitism in Schools: Educational Videos.ODIHR would like to acknowledge the work of the organization CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, who has supported the development and drafting of these teaching aids.
Physical Description: 12 p. (each volume)
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Words into Action to Address Anti-Semitism

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