Anti Discrimination Policy

Non-discrimination policies should be clear, comprehensive, and consistent with governing law. The best practice is to provide sufficient specificity for all involved to understand their rights and obligations. Proper attention should be paid to the freedom of speech and the doctrine of academic freedom. Over time, useful examples of best practices in non-discrimination policies will be provided here.

Fact Sheet on the Elements of Anti-Semitic Discourse

Government officials, university administrators and academic faculty often need resources for identifying anti-Semitic discourse that can supplement existing definitions such as the U.S. Department of State definition and the International Working Definition.