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REACH- Remove and Eradicate Antisemitism & Cyber Hate

Our international online training program empowers individuals and communities to combat cyberhate and help make our social media platforms hate-free!

 

We thank the 70 international participants of REACH in 2021 and look forward to welcoming new volunteers in 2022.

 

The fourth cycle of our new and improved REACH program just ended. If you’re interested in taking part in a future program, be sure to subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on social media so you won’t miss it.  

 

This online program includes:

  • Live, practical hands-on training => Participants will learn how to identify, monitor, and report hate speech on the most popular social media platforms.
  • Mentoring is provided throughout the program.
  • Lecture with Keynote Speaker => A special webinar will provide participants with insights into various aspects of hate speech.
  • Virtual Coworking Space.
  • International networking and community-building.

 

Combining theory and practice will best equip you with the knowledge and tools necessary to monitor and report cyberhate in general, and antisemitism in particular.

 

FAQ

 

  • How many hours a week will I need to dedicate to REACH?
    REACH only requires two hours for training and volunteering each week, so it can easily be combined with study or work.

 

  • Where is REACH?
    REACH is an online program and can be easily accessed by anyone with a computer/smart device and an internet connection.

 

  • Who can sign up?
    REACH is for anyone with basic English knowledge, internet connection, and motivation to help make our social media platforms HATE-FREE. If YOU would like to be part of a community that combats cyberhate, your place is with us!
Lika Gogliashvili

Lika Gogliashvili / Mentor

Lika holds a Masters in International Relations, and works as an International Relations Officer at the Czech Helsinki Committee in Prague.

Murilo Cambruzzi

Murilo Cambruzzi / Mentor

Murilo studied International Science, Global Politics, and Society. He is a junior researcher at the Antisemitism Observatory of the Jewish Contemporary Documentation Center in Milan.

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