Forum for Combating Antisemitism

According to the FJC, an antisemitic incident is an act or manifestation which corresponds with the IHRA working definition of antisemitism; antisemitic incidents can take various forms, ranging from attacks on property, to physical and verbal assaults and threats, to posts on the internet and social networks. 

The aim of the project is to create an effective system of data collection and a gradual reduction in the number of unreported manifestations of Antisemitism. On the basis of the obtained data, create documents and security measures for policy-making and the subsequent combat against Antisemitism for the Jewish community, international institutions and state bodies of the Czech Republic. Contributing to the professional debate not only in our territory, but throughout Europe and, last but not least, supporting the victims of Antisemitic incidents.

The aim of the Annual Report on Manifestations of Antisemitism in the Czech Republic  is to provide a compact picture, within the scope of the acquired information, of the manifestations of antisemitism and of the trends and social climate in relation to manifestations of antisemitism. Data are gathered from victims of antisemitic incidents, from Czech Jewish organisations and communities and also from the general public, Czech Republic  Police and open sources, such as mainstream media and the websites of monitored organisations. 

To download Annual Reports on Manifestations of Antisemitism in the Czech Republic click here

Have you been a victim of an antisemitic incident or witness to one?

Do not keep it to yourself and write to us.

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Antisemitism Incident Report form click here