ISGAP’s Response to the
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak
Midst the challenge from the Coronavirus, the ISGAP Team continues to monitor the situation, and is committed to adapting our efforts to map, decode and combat antisemitism. Current travel restrictions will impact ISGAP in-person programming.
Unfortunately, ISGAP will postpone the Civil Servants Workshop on Antisemitism and Policy, at Merton College, Oxford University, scheduled for March 29th to April 1st. The international seminar series at La Sapienza University and the American College of Greece have been postponed until further notice.
ISGAP will find innovative ways to pursue our research, publishing and programming activities with the help of technologies that will expand our digital footprint, and help ensure that collaborations with other organizations, academics, policy experts and political leaders will be strengthened.
Our educational programs will proceed through a combination of video conferences, expert briefings, online partnerships and strategy workshops. This will include the inaugural ISGAP-Oxford Civil Servants Program, to be retooled to occur as a video conference on March 30th.
We also intend to reshape the international seminar series and place it online and make it more accessible to a wider public.
ISGAP scholars and policy experts will be on the cutting edge of assessing the current context and will creatively provide analysis and help to educate on these developments.
We appreciate your patience as our work adapts to the current situation, and we look forward to continuing to educate and work with the broader community to fight back against contemporary antisemitism.