FRA antisemitism survey’s ambassador meet in Brussels

The European Commission’s coordinator on combating antisemitism hosted a workshop for representatives of youth or student organisations in cooperation with the European Union of Jewish Students and the Institute for Jewish Policy Research from 8 to 10 April in Brussels.

The workshop aimed at equipping them with the necessary information and creative tools to disseminate the Agency’s second survey on discrimination and hate crime against Jewish people in their respective communities.

Two representatives from each of the 13 EU Member States covered by the survey participated in the workshop. They agreed on future actions that would encourage wider participation of students and young adults in the upcoming survey.

During the workshop, FRA presented its work in the area of countering discrimination and hate crime in Europe, including its work on antisemitism and surveys in more detail.

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