Targeting a broad and diverse audience from different backgrounds and communities, our workshops and lectures explore various aspects of cyberhate in general, and online antisemitism in particular. We aim to provide participants with the theoretical and practical knowledge necessary to better understand and combat cyberhate.


Workshops are 60-70 minutes long and are conducted online.


The “Dark” Side of Social Media
Introduction to the phenomenon of cyberhate, with an emphasis on contemporary antisemitism.


How to Emotionally Cope with Exposure to Cyberhate
Giving young people the emotional skills necessary to deal with hateful and abusive content and the knowledge of how to combat it.


What Constitutes ‘Antisemitic Content’ on Social Media?
The IHRA working definition of antisemitism vs. social platform’s community standards; Holocaust denial, anti-Israel and anti-Zionist.


Basic Practical Training: Monitoring & Reporting Hate Speech on Social Media
A step-by-step guide, focusing on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, Twitter, and YouTube.


Advanced Practical Training: Monitoring and Reporting hate speech on Social Media
Monitoring hate speech on Telegram and VK, deep searching, data crossing, and OSINT.


Antisemitic Content Around the World
Expressions of contemporary antisemitism in various languages and countries on social media, Antisemitism today vs. past antisemitism.