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Canada will make special envoy on antisemitism permanent position

PM Justin Trudeau announced that his government will make the special envoy on preserving Holocaust remembrance and combating antisemitism a permanent position and bolster the role with more resources.

Holocaust survivor who called himself ‘The Happiest Man on Earth’ dies at 101

Holocaust survivor Eddie Jaku, who published a best-selling memoir in Australia at age 100 titled “The Happiest Man on Earth,” died. May his memory be a blessing.

International community agrees concrete commitments to counter Holocaust distortion and fight antisemitism at Remember-ReAct Forum

The Malmö International Forum saw a significant number of pledges made by all participants to strengthen the approach to Holocaust remembrance and tackling Holocaust distortion, denial and contemporary antisemitism.

Young people ‘stumbling across antisemitic conspiracy theories on TikTok and Instagram’

Anti-fascist group Hope Not Hate has uncovered millions of hashtags related to conspiracy theories strongly related to antisemitic narratives.

Australia to adopt IHRA definition of antisemitism

Australia will adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism, PM Scott Morrison announced in the Malmö International Forum.

Argentine Jews to appeal decision to dismiss case against Vice-President over Iran deal

The Jewish community in Argentina vowed to appeal a Buenos Aires judge's decision to dismiss the case against former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner for allegedly covering up Iran's role in the bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center.

UNHRC approves Durban resolution, despite antisemitism concerns from 10 countries

The United Nations Human Rights Council approved a pro-Durban resolution after the United Kingdom called for a roll-call vote and prevented the text’s anticipated passage by consensus.

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At the Malmö International Forum, Moshe Kantor calls on leaders to focus on youth education to combat antisemitism

Moshe Kantor addressed the plenary of the Malmö International Forum on Holocaust Remembrance and Combating Antisemitism, and called on world leaders to focus their efforts on fighting extremism and conspiracy theories amongst youth.