ISGAP Executive Director Charles Asher Small will represent ISGAP in Warsaw, Poland at the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) this September, 2016. At the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, Dr. Small will address OSCE officials on the looming threat of antisemitism and how contemporary antisemitism is connected directly with security […]
The World Turned Upside Down No.1 NY Times bestselling author and award winning filmmaker Ian Halperin, wants the world to know that the current wave of antisemitism is gaining power every day and that unless something is done about it asap more and more Jews will leave Europe because they fear for their safety. TO […]
Elie Wiesel was so much. A boy from Siget who experienced and saw what no person should ever. He became a witness. A voice for those who were murdered by the Nazis. A voice for those whose memories were under constant threat of eradication. He was an author. He was a professor. He was […]
Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director of ISGAP, has been actively combatting antisemitism across the globe. His many exploits were recently documented in the Jerusalem Post. Click here to read the article.
Dr. Charles Asher Small addressed the dangerous rise of antisemitism in Europe during his interview with The Jewish Week. Click here to read the article.
ISGAP’s Executive Director, Dr. Charles Asher Small sat with Dr. Luis Fleischman, Vice President for Jewish Community Relations Council at the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, Florida and the host of “The Power of Gentle Talk” to discuss antisemitism, Islamism, and the BDS Movement. Click here to watch the video.
ISGAP’s Executive Director and other Senior members of ISGAP spoke at the Israeli Knesset on December 29th, read The Jerusalem Post’s coverage of the event. Click here to read the article.
Defeating Global Antisemitism: The View from the United States Executive Director of ISGAP, Dr. Charles Asher Small and Ruth R. Wisse, Professor Emerita at Harvard University, asses the nature of contemporary antisemitism and ways to defeat it. This event was moderated by Rabbi Leah Cohen ofYale University’s Slifka Center. This marks Charles […]
The Yale Papers: Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective Between 2006 and 2011, the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP) established and sponsored the Yale Initiative for the Interdisciplinary Study of Antisemitism (YIISA), the first academic research center dedicated to the study of antisemitism based at a North American university. During its mandate, […]