Through the education program, Current Forms of Antisemitism, participants will
- attain in-depth knowledge about current forms of antisemitism,
- develop competencies to identify antisemitism better in its various manifestations,
- learn about present discussions on antisemitism.
The course participants are educators and multipliers working at educational nonprofits. The applicants are required to have a multiplier role in addressing antisemitism in the pedagogical field. KIgA and ZfA will select around 15 participants for the program. Candidates from ENCATE member organizations will be prioritized, but the program is also open to other relevant candidates.
The online course consists of 1,5-2 hour long webinars.
Instructors are selected from distinguished academic institutions and nonprofit organizations (see below).
The working language is English, but the assignments could be in a different language if approved.