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!
Our FREE, four-week program includes:
- Live, practical hands-on training => Participants will learn how to monitor hate speech and get it taken off social media platforms.
- Mentoring throughout the program.
- Lectures with keynote speakers => Monthly webinars will provide participants with insights into different aspects of hate speech,
alongside ways to approach it.
- 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.
Questions and Answers
- When does REACH 4.0 start?
The program will start in 2022. Sign up for our newsletter to be notified when registration starts, or email [email protected]
- How long is the program?
REACH is a four weeks program that you can combine with work/school/university.
- How many hours a week will I need to dedicate to REACH?
REACH only requires two hours for training and volunteering each week.
- Where is REACH?
REACH is an online program and can be easily accessed by anyone with a computer and an internet connection.
- Who can sign up?
REACH is for anyone with basic English knowledge, internet connection, and motivation to make our social media platforms HATE-FREE. If you would like to be part of a community that works toward eradicating online hate, your place is with us!
Jonathan Dublin / Mentor
Jonathan is a pre-med student and an Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) expert. He is also the head of our Telegram monitoring group.
Barak Aharon / Mentor
Barak is an expert in business intelligence and OSINT (Open-Source Intelligence). He is also the head of our monitoring team.
Lika Gogliashvili / Mentor
Lika holds a Masters in International Relations, and works as an International Relations Officer at the Czech Helsinki Committee in Prague.