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Pandemic Hate: COVID-related Antisemitism and anti-Muslim hatred on Social Media

Strasbourg 14 October 2021
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Pandemic Hate: COVID-related Antisemitism and anti-Muslim hatred on Social Media

The Council of Europe’s Special Representative on religious intolerance and hate crimes, Daniel Höltgen, will take part in the launch of a new report on COVID-related antisemitism and anti-Muslim hatred on social media in Brussels on Monday 18 October.

The report has been compiled by the international Institute for Freedom of Faith & Security in Europe (IFFSE), a multidisciplinary think tank that aims to secure religious freedoms across Europe.

The launch, which will take place from 3pm-4.30pm in the Maalbeek Room of the Residence Palace, will include a panel discussion also involving EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator Ilkka Salmi and Hannah Rose, IFFSE senior fellow and the author of the report.

The event will be introduced by Chief Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt, President of the Conference of European Rabbis, and moderated by IFFSE Director Professor Peter R. Neumann.


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