Applications for Current Forms of Antisemitism 2023 Now Accepted

ENCATE calls for applications of European educators and multipliers to the certificate training course “Current Forms of Antisemitism.”

Berlin, August 15, 2023KIgA e.V., the Center for Research on Antisemitism (ZfA), and ENCATE are inviting European educators and practitioners to apply for the certificate training course “Current Forms of Antisemitism.” If you are interested, please complete the application form provided below until September 15. Please read the program contents and requirements before applying. 

Program Description

Through the education program, Current Forms of Antisemitism, participants will 

  • attain in-depth knowledge about the phenomenon of antisemitism in its different manifestations,  
  • learn about present discussions and debates in academia and beyond,  
  • gain competencies in identifying different manifestations of antisemitism.  

This course includes a 2-day seminar in Berlin and a 7-week online component taught by prestigious academic instructors in English. Moreover, It’s free, and accommodation and subsistence costs for the seminar are covered. Return trips are also covered at European Commission unit costs outlined here.

Program Requirements

To complete the course, the participants are required

  • to attend the in-person Kick-off Seminar on October 9-11;
  • to meet at least 70% of the tasks in the online part from October 18 to November 29,
    • attending webinars,
    • reading the required readings, and
    • participating in group work and online discussions.


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The application deadline is September 15th; applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Kindly note that only 25 participants will be accommodated. Therefore, we strongly recommend submitting your application promptly to avoid any delay.

Application Form


  • Introduction: definition and current issues of antisemitism
  • Anti-Judaism and antisemitic tropes
  • Modern antisemitism
  • Antisemitism on the left
  • Holocaust distortion and historical revisionism
  • Tensions around anti-antisemitism and anti-racism
  • The debate on antisemitism and antizionism
  • Conspiracy theories
  • Antisemitism prevention through education
A certificate course on antisemitism for European educators
It is a free-of-charge opportunity for educators and academics to delve into current issues of antisemitism together.

Dates and Formats

Please note the webinar schedule provided below. The webinars will usually take place on Wednesdays at 4:00 pm Central European Time. Please be aware that there may be some unexpected changes to the dates or times.

U0: Kick-off Seminar


October 9-11  Place: Berlin 
Topics: Introduction, Definitions, Anti-Judaism, Modern Antisemitism, Memory Tour, and Case Studies
Online Weeks:
U1: Holocaust Distortion and Historical Revisionism October 16-22 Webinar on
October 18, Wednesday
4 – 5.30 pm CEST
U2: Conspiracy Theories October 23-29 Webinar on
October 26, Thursday
4 – 5.30 pm CEST 
U3: Antisemitism on the Left October 30- November 5 Webinar on
November 1, Wednesday
4 – 5.30 pm CET  
Group Work and Reading Week
November 6-12 No webinar this week
U4: Antizionism and Antisemitism: Difference and Overlap November 13-19 Webinar on
November 14, Tuesday
5-6.30 pm CET 
U5: Tensions around (anti-)Antisemitism and (anti-)Racism November 20-26
Webinar on
November 22, Wednesday
4 – 5.30 pm CET 
U6: Presentations and Closing
November 27-29
Closing Session on
November 29, Wednesday
4 – 6.00 pm CET   


Academic Coordinator

  • Dr. Juliane Wetzel
    Center for Research on Antisemitism, TU Berlin

Program Coordinator

  • Emrah Gürsel
    Head of International Partnerships, KIgA e.V
  • Avital Lutzky
    Education Officer, KIgA e.V


This training course is part of the DaRE Together project, a collaboration with CEJI. DaRE Together is supported by the EU’s CERV Programme and the German Federal Foreign Office.