The analysis section of the Competence Network on Antisemitism focuses on the monitoring of antisemitic incidents and their statistical evaluation for politicians, media and civil society. The network partners also conduct practical research on antisemitism, which is used to develop recommendations for practical action.
The nationwide coordination office of RIAS and its regional partners publish monitoring reports and overviews of antisemitic incidents. These are published in annual reports as well as on special social
The first research project of the study series “Antisemitism in the Context of School – Interpretations and Ways of Dealing by School Teachers in Berlin (2018-2020)”was conducted by the Research Department of the Competence Centre in cooperation with the Social Pedagogy Department of the Free University Berlin under the direction of Marina Chernivsky and Dr. Friederike Lorenz and with research assistance by Johanna Schweitzer.
Target groups: teachers, schools
The research project “Discomfort with History? Dealing with the Reception History of National Socialism and Contemporary Antisemitism at Memorials and Historical Learning Sites” explores the needs and strategies for action as a response to increasingly visible antisemitism at memorials dealing with National Socialism.