Several governmental agencies, in the United States and abroad, have issued
reports and guidance documents which address anti-Semitism globally or in particular
contexts. This section highlights some of the most important governmental documents
with an emphasis on those that are relevant to anti-Semitism in American higher education.
Over the last several years, parliamentarians from dozens of countries have united to
develop formal statements on the extent of contemporary anti-Semitism, either globally or
in their particular countries, and on effective means of combatting it. The following
selective examples illustrate some of the most important work generated by these
“Although much work still needs to be done, there is no doubt that Marcus’s campaign struck a significant chord that consequently allowed groups such as the Zionist Organization of America to file a complaint against the University of California, Irvine (UCI) on grounds of anti-Semitic harassment”
Asaf Romirowsky, Middle East Forum, in Jewish Political Studies Review (Spring 2011)
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Aryeh K. Weinberg Aryeh K. Weinberg is the Director of Research at the Institute for Jewish & Community Research and the author or co-author of numerous publications about higher education, anti-Semitism, and philanthropy