The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP), is an international interdisciplinary research center. ISGAP is currently seeking applicants to attend a special high level workshop designed for civil servants and policy experts, with a focus on education policy, to create strategies to address contemporary antisemitism.
Discussion leaders and panels will be composed of international scholars, policymakers and practitioners. Participants will ideally be Government officials or policy experts in European countries, engaged in the field of education and policy development with an interest in combatting antisemitism, promoting human rights and advancing democratic principles.
To submit an application please email an up to date CV and letter of intent with the subject line, “Merton College Applicant”, to [email protected]
Questions may be submitted to:
Mr. Ira Guberman, Manager of Programming and Operations,
212-230-1840 or [email protected]
Registration Fees May Apply