Welcome to the Re-ACT prevention hub!

The project Re-ACT (Remember and ACT!), responds to strong and documented links between current online hate phenomena and hate-slurs, prejudices and practices that have been propagated in the Third Reich. To transform these worrisome findings into effective warnings, especially since remembrance and knowledge on the Holocaust and its horrors are fading, the project Re-ACT is putting a special focus on researching how “old” concepts of antisemitism and antigypsyism are being re-enacted by concerted hate campaigns and where they originated from.

Starting from there, Re-ACT will develop, collect and provide educational materials and tools for the prevention of racism, xenophobia, homophobia and other forms of intolerance. These self-generated sets of information plus a curated collection of high-quality educational materials will build the foundation for the establishment of an online prevention-hub at INACH.

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Tools, good practices and creative approaches

Re-ACT´s concise summary of available tools, good practices and creative approaches by Selma Muhič Dizdarevič,…

Comparative report on online antisemitism

Re-ACT´s Comparative report on the phenomena of online antisemitism by Camille Lhopitault, LICRA In 1952, Frantz…

Antigypsyist & antisemitic conspiracy theories

Common narratives, rhetoric, and manifestations of antisemitic and antigypsyist hate speech

Factsheet – Best practices examples & EU tools

How to tackle online antigypsyism, antisemitism and other forms of intolerance through education

Summary of user survey and needs analysis

Prologue During the past months, we, the consortium of project Re-ACT, have been busy to gather and consequently…

Summary of Re-ACT´s expert workshops

The project consortium of project Re-ACT! invited experts from various sectors involved with the prevention of…