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Co-founder of the Global Project Against Hate and Extremism, dedicated to exposing the transnational nature of bigoted movements designed to marginalize communities.
A Development & Operations Manager in A Wider Bridge, aimed at providing opportunities for LGBTQ people in North America to build meaningful relationships with Israel and Israeli LGBTQ people.
Associate in the Legal Program of Háttér Society, the largest and oldest currently operating LGBTQI organization in Hungary.
As a specialist in the department of international affairs in jugendschutz.net, she is cooperating closely with partners from the International Network Against Cyber Hate (INACH) on projects to combat hate speech and political extremism online since 2017.
Sina Laubenstein is the head of ‘Human dignity is unhateable – no hate speech’, responsible for the ‘No Hate Speech Movement’ in Germany. She is an expert on strategies tackling extremism and hate speech online.
Director of Department for Combating Antisemitism & Holocaust Remembrance, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs
“Worse than forgetting, is such a memory, that no lesson is learnt from. To remember is not only not to forget, but also to remember so we can teach it to the next generation and fill our moral commitment to those who perished and those who survived.“
Join us as we explore hate speech from different viewpoints around the world.
Head of Research, INACH.
Advocating for Civil Speech
Tamás Berecz is the Head of Research and Analysis at INACH. He has been working to combat cyber hate since 2016 through research, awareness raising, monitoring and educational methods.
President of FEJJLA, Latin America.
Advocating for Civil Speech
Andres is founder and current President of the Latinamerican Jewish Students organization. Andres dedicated different projects in order to share with Latin American students the tools to fight antisemitism in campuses.
He is an Israeli Arab living in Nazareth. He volunteered for military service in the Golani as a soldier and commander and fought in the Second Lebanon War in which he was severely wounded. After the rehabilitation, he represented Israel in information campaigns in communities and colleges around the world. About two years ago, he founded the “Together Arabs for Each Other” association.
To Joseph’s Twitter account: https://twitter.com/yosephhaddad
He is an expert in media and social networks and serves as the head of the digital arena in the Ministry of Strategic Affairs and Public Information, in which he founded the pro-Israel influencer network DigiTell. He previously served as head of the ISCA Student Antisemitism Student Program, and as a member of the joint working teams of the State of Israel and the European Union to Combat Antisemitism and Racism. In recent years he has been responsible for the launch of a number of leading digital campaigns.
To Ido’s Twitter account: https://twitter.com/idodaniel
Adv. Yifa Segal is the CEO of the International Legal Forum ILF, and an expert in the field of international law. Between 2013-2014, Adv. Segal served as co-CEO of the Observation News Agency (TPS), the only Israeli news agency that disseminates real-time news information to media outlets around the world.