Nov. 18, Combating Antisemitism and Advancing Human Rights Through Legal Activism in Latin America
Professor Gil Troy, The ABCs of Human Rights Activism: Antisemitism, Boycott and Civil Society

Sacha Roytman Dratwa, Director, Combat Antisemitism: The Power of a Grassroots Global Network in the Fight against Antisemitism 

From legal challenges to opportunities in Latin America, sharing best practices and strategies and brainstorming about current challenges throughout the continent

Moderator: Adv. Yifa Segal, Chair, the International Legal Forum

Panelists: Ariel Gelblung (SWC), Andrea Vainer (CONIB), Marissa Braylan (DAIA), Angel Mas (ACOM), Sammy Eppel, Research Fellow, ISGAP 

Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM New York Time

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History shows that many advances in civil and human rights protection were achieved by taking bold legal action. Human rights law on paper alone is often not enough to guarantee the elimination of discrimination, hatred and extremism. Committed activists and lawyers can successfully push the boundaries of what is included under the umbrella of the legal protection of human rights and turn the tide against rising antisemitism. Join leading organizations and experts in a fascinating debate on the challenges and opportunities in pro-actively advancing the battle against antisemitism in Latin America and all over the world.