The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism (ISGAP) is committed to fighting antisemitism on the battlefield of ideas.
ISGAP is dedicated to scholarly research into the origins, processes, and manifestations of global antisemitism and of other forms of prejudice, including various forms of racism, as they relate to policy in an age of globalization. On the basis of this examination of antisemitism and policy, ISGAP disseminates analytical and scholarly materials to help combat hatred and promote understanding.
ISGAP encourages, develops, and supports interdisciplinary research. It promotes relationships among scholars, the public at large, leaders, and government officials. Key goals of ISGAP are to promote excellence in research and to develop accessible social-scientific understanding. Attention is given to policy analysis and consultation in local, national, and international contexts.
A central objective of ISGAP is to attract researchers who will enhance its standing as a center of excellence. ISGAP aims to house research projects, seminars, public meetings, conferences, and other events and to publish periodicals, reports, and scholarly articles that operate at both the conceptual and the practical levels. ISGAP’s work is geared toward education, public awareness, policy development, and consulting.
ISGAP is a non-partisan organization that encourages dialogue among all peoples and world views.
ISGAP is dedicated to the promotion of justice, understanding, respect, and harmony in a rapidly globalizing world.