Berlin, January 08, 2023 — The ENCATE network announced its new Steering Committee following an internal election process to guide the network in 2024-25. The network unites European civil society organizations working to address antisemitism and discrimination through educational initiatives and various programs.
As outlined in the announcement, three seasoned members of the previous committee, Ali Amla, Anna Zielińska and Dr. Juliane Wetzel will continue their impactful work, joined by two new members, Murilo Cambruzzi of the CDEC Foundation and Tamas Buchler of the Haver Foundation.
The collective expertise of these members spans years of dedicated efforts in analyzing and countering antisemitism, along with a commitment to addressing various forms of prejudice and hatred.
Let’s get to know the new Steering Committee: