Training teachers to address anti-semitism in school

This four-volume publication on “Addressing Anti-Semitism in Schools: Training Curricula” was developed jointly by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) and UNESCO, with the support of University College London’s Centre for Holocaust Education. The publication, intended for trainers, aims to assist teachers and school directors in preventing and responding to anti-Semitism. It provides practical guidance on addressing anti-Semitism and countering prejudice in and through education, while promoting human rights, global citizenship education and gender equality. The four volumes are designed for trainers of (1) primary school teachers, (2) secondary school teachers, (3) vocational school teachers and (4) school directors. The publication is part of ODIHR’s Turning Words into Action to Address Anti-Semitism project, and is included within the framework of UNESCO’s programme on Global Citizenship Education. The curriculum puts a great emphasis on parent and family engagement.

You can download the summary (antisemitism curriculum summary) as well as the four volumes targeting

The publication was launched in 24 November 2020 in an online event that you can watch here: