Combating European Anti-Semitism: Tomorrow's Vision panel discussion

Wollowing Charlie Hebdo and the attack on the kosher market, worldwide outrage led to a fighting call against anti-Semitism. The Jews of Europe are facing an evergrowing threat – what is being done about it?

November 10, 2015 @ 6:45pm; International Lounge


ROB LEIKIND is the American Jewish Committee (AJC) Boston director, serving in that capacity since 2008. This summer, he launched the Mayors United Against Anti-Semitism initiative, which has gathered the signatures of 350+ US mayors and many European mayors, including Paris' Anne Hidalgo.

JUDITH VICHNIAC is the Associate Dean of the Fellowship Program at the Radcliffe Institute at Harvard University. She is an expert on Western European politics and is currently working on an intensive study regarding the memory of the Dreyfus Affair in contemporary France.

DAVID GUREVICH is a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Ben Zvi Institute in Jerusalem. Last summer, he infiltrated a Parisian anti-Semitic rally and interviewed participants. He has worked with UK Jewish community leaders on methods to combat anti-Semitism.

Moderated by the Coalition Against Anti-Semitism in Europe - CAASE.