The Center for the research on Antisemitism (ZfA) is looking for a project member to work on online deradicalisation strategies as soon as possible. Applications are welcome until 6 January.
Matthias J. Becker: presentation of web-related antisemitism studies and the Decoding Antisemitism project; workshop on explicit and implicit antisemitic hate speech
Lecture “Polish-German-Jewish relations in contemporary media: narratives and stereotypes”, University of Szczecin [in Polish]
Karolina Placzynta will held the lecture covering the media portrayal of the relations between the Polish, German and Jewish communities, through the analysis of contemporary examples of discourse. The lecture is a part of a series on Jewish life in the region.
Matthias Becker: “Hate speech online: Reflections, Methods and Goals of the Decoding Antisemitism Project”
Fachdialog-Reihe „Radikalisierungsprävention im Internet“ der Arbeitsgruppe “Prävention: Internet und Soziale Medien”, Hamburger Behördenkompetenznetzwerk Rechtsextremismus
“Expert dialog series on the topic of “Preventing Radicalisation on the Internet” (Working Group “Prevention: Internet and Social Media”) Hamburg Authority Competence Network on Right-Wing Extremism.
Marcus Scheiber will present explicit and implicit forms of antisemitism online as well as current approaches to identify and measure the phenomenon
World Zionist Organization, Department of Combating Antisemitism and Enhancing Resilience: “Antisemitism—Things That Are Not Talked About”
Matthias J. Becker: presentation of the Decoding Antisemitism project
European Commission, Civil Society Forum on combating antisemitism and fostering Jewish life, Brussels
Matthias J. Becker: presentation of current approaches to identify and measure antisemitism online; workshop on ‘Combating online antisemitism’
Matthias J. Becker: presentation of the Decoding Antisemitism project and workshop on explicit and implicit antisemitic hate speech
Matthias J. Becker & Jan Krasni: “Decoding Antisemitism”. Recognising implicit forms of antisemitism.
Following the conference “Antisemitism in the Social Web”, the evening lecture held by Marcus Scheiber will examine new trends in online antisemitism, such as platform migration and the power of algorithms.