International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism – 9 November – 2021

On the 9th of November, International Day against Fascism and Antisemitism, we start our campaign #FromHateToHope. We will be campaigning until the 10th of December, Human Rights Day.

With this campaign, we hope to educate people, highlight patterns between the past and now, and share our hopes for a better future.

Like most of our campaigns, this one too will have different elements: we will host four conversations with interesting speakers on the topic of fascism; we will be sharing lots of important information about fascism and human rights, both in a historical and a current perspective; and we will be sharing our messages of hope.

 

What can you do?

To do all this, we need your help! You can participate very easily with these two small actions:

  1. What is your message of hope? What do you want to share with your fellow activists in the areas of anti-racism, antifascism and human rights? Maybe you have something hopeful to say? Maybe you want to write something, or take a picture? You are welcome to be creative! Find more information on the ‘call for contributions’ page.
  2. Is your organisation organising any events or activities around the 9th of November or Human Rights Day, and would you like us to highlight your activity? Send it to us and we can share it with our network as a way of inspiring others.

You can take part as individual activists or with your organisation. We’re looking forward to your contributions!

Keep up with the campaign by following us on social media!

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