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Decoding Antisemitism

Combatting online hate and imagery with Artificial Intelligence

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The Foundation

We believe that all people have the right to live without fear, persecution and suffering.


We want to secure the future of democratic and open societies in which citizens have the chance to participate and the space and knowledge to disagree.


Our team is committed to helping to shape the debate on the key challenges of our generation.



Our topics

Combat antisemitism

Strengthen democracy

Protect minorities

Depolarize debates

Confront the past

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program

We are looking for postdocs in the humanities and social sciences, particularly from the field of history. Application deadline is 31st of March.

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Decoding Antisemitism: First Discourse Report

Decoding Antisemitism: First Discourse Report

Why the level of Antisemitism on the Internet could be higher than assumed.

Video
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02.11

We are happy to welcome three new team members!

Press Release
Press Release

We are happy to welcome three new team members!

Three new team members join the Program, Communications and Administration departments.

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On Auschwitz - Reflecting on the Meaning of Absolute Death

On Auschwitz - Reflecting on the Meaning of Absolute Death by Dan Diner

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The historic Sulzbach Torah Scroll

The historic Sulzbach Torah Scroll

Andreas Eberhardt and Derviş Hızarcı, CEO and Program Director of the Alfred Landecker Foundation, participate in the ceremony to complete the historic Sulzbach Torah Scroll.

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Academic Research Grant

Academic Research Grant

The Alfred Landecker Foundation is funding a small number of outstanding major research projects every year. The Academic Council advises the foundation team in the selection process and makes funding recommendations.

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Decoding Antisemitism

Combating Online Hate and Imagery with Artificial Intelligence

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Do you know more about dead Jews than those who are alive? Do you think all Jews are rich? Do you know more about dead Jews than those who are alive? Do you think all Jews are rich? Do you know more about dead Jews than those who are alive? Do you think all Jews are rich? Do you know more about dead Jews than those who are alive? Do you think all Jews are rich?

5780 - a year to forget

Opinion
Opinion

5780 - a year to forget

A victim from Halle reflects on what has changed since the attack. By Jeremy Borovitz

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Opinion
Opinion

How to stop the pandemic of hatred by David Kamenetzky and Van Jones

9 minute read
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Opinion
Opinion

We are referring to a notion of humanity that was shaped 250 years ago

A political hot potato. An interdisciplinary approach to antisemitism

5 minute read
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Do you think all Jews are rich? Do you know more about dead Jews than those who are alive? Do you think all Jews are rich? Do you know more about dead Jews than those who are alive? Do you think all Jews are rich? Do you know more about dead Jews than those who are alive? Do you think all Jews are rich? Do you know more about dead Jews than those who are alive?

Cooperation with the Hebrew University Jerusalem

Project
Project

Cooperation with the Hebrew University Jerusalem

Promoting long-term research and teaching in individual and collective human rights

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program

We are looking for postdocs in the humanities and social sciences, particularly from the field of history. Application deadline is 31st of March.

Learn more

Decoding Antisemitism: First Discourse Report

Decoding Antisemitism: First Discourse Report

Why the level of Antisemitism on the Internet could be higher than assumed.

Video
Learn more

02.11

We are happy to welcome three new team members!

Press Release
Press Release

We are happy to welcome three new team members!

Three new team members join the Program, Communications and Administration departments.

Learn more

Democracy Fellows debate the democracy crisis in the US

Democracy Fellows debate the democracy crisis in the US

From the importance of tackling false information and conspiracy theories to how best to foster social cohesion and decrease polarization, our Democracy Fellows explored and shared what they believe is needed to call civil society into action, in order to protect and strengthen democratic societies in the future.

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On Auschwitz - Reflecting on the Meaning of Absolute Death

On Auschwitz - Reflecting on the Meaning of Absolute Death by Dan Diner

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Democracy Fellows

Project
Project

Democracy Fellows

Introducing the 2020 Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellows

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What if only democrats defend your right to your own idiot opinion? What if our freedoms vanish while we shop online and take them for granted? What if only democrats defend your right to your own idiot opinion? What if our freedoms vanish while we shop online and take them for granted? What if only democrats defend your right to your own idiot opinion? What if our freedoms vanish while we shop online and take them for granted? What if only democrats defend your right to your own idiot opinion? What if our freedoms vanish while we shop online and take them for granted?

@AlfredLandecker The state of affairs: the German government demands a transparent investigation into the poisoning of Russian opposition leader Alexej #Nawalny - and Putin? Knows that he can get away with killing people in the heart of Berlin without having to fear any transparency whatsoever

Lecturer Program

Project
Project

Lecturer Program

Innovative approaches to Holocaust research in the digital age

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What if our freedoms vanish while we shop online and take them for granted? What if only democrats defend your right to your own idiot opinion? What if our freedoms vanish while we shop online and take them for granted? What if only democrats defend your right to your own idiot opinion? What if our freedoms vanish while we shop online and take them for granted? What if only democrats defend your right to your own idiot opinion? What if our freedoms vanish while we shop online and take them for granted? What if only democrats defend your right to your own idiot opinion?

Program at Oxford University

Project
Project

Program at Oxford University

Lessons from the Holocaust and the collapse of European civilization in the 1930s.

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Decoding Antisemitism

Project
Project

Decoding Antisemitism

An AI-driven Study on Hate Speech and Imagery online.

Learn more
Opinion
Opinion

We are referring to a notion of humanity that was shaped 250 years ago

A political hot potato. An interdisciplinary approach to antisemitism

5 minute read
Learn more
What if our freedoms vanish while we shop online and take them for granted? What if only democrats defend your right to your own idiot opinion? What if our freedoms vanish while we shop online and take them for granted? What if only democrats defend your right to your own idiot opinion? What if our freedoms vanish while we shop online and take them for granted? What if only democrats defend your right to your own idiot opinion? What if our freedoms vanish while we shop online and take them for granted? What if only democrats defend your right to your own idiot opinion?

Democracy Fellowship

Project
Project

Democracy Fellowship

We cannot take our open societies for granted. There are threats to democracy everywhere and we must tackle them head on

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On Auschwitz - Reflecting on the Meaning of Absolute Death

On Auschwitz - Reflecting on the Meaning of Absolute Death by Dan Diner

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Decoding Antisemitism: First Discourse Report

Decoding Antisemitism: First Discourse Report

Why the level of Antisemitism on the Internet could be higher than assumed.

Video
Learn more

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program

We are looking for postdocs in the humanities and social sciences, particularly from the field of history. Application deadline is 31st of March.

Learn more

Democracy Fellows debate the democracy crisis in the US

Democracy Fellows debate the democracy crisis in the US

From the importance of tackling false information and conspiracy theories to how best to foster social cohesion and decrease polarization, our Democracy Fellows explored and shared what they believe is needed to call civil society into action, in order to protect and strengthen democratic societies in the future.

Learn more

02.11

We are happy to welcome three new team members!

Press Release
Press Release

We are happy to welcome three new team members!

Three new team members join the Program, Communications and Administration departments.

Learn more

Cooperation with the Hebrew University Jerusalem

Project
Project

Cooperation with the Hebrew University Jerusalem

Promoting long-term research and teaching in individual and collective human rights

Learn more

03.27

A.L.F. launches €1m emergency COVID-19 fund

Press Release
Press Release

A.L.F. launches €1m emergency COVID-19 fund

Alfred Landecker Foundation launches €1,000,000 fund to provide emergency funding for Holocaust survivors affected by COVID-19

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It’s easy to be in favour of diversity theoretically. But how many differences can you actually tolerate? What does it take for you to accept someone as part of your society? It’s easy to be in favour of diversity theoretically. But how many differences can you actually tolerate? What does it take for you to accept someone as part of your society? It’s easy to be in favour of diversity theoretically. But how many differences can you actually tolerate? What does it take for you to accept someone as part of your society? It’s easy to be in favour of diversity theoretically. But how many differences can you actually tolerate? What does it take for you to accept someone as part of your society?

Looking for partnerships? A quick overview on how we fund and what projects we support

Democracy Fellowship

Project
Project

Democracy Fellowship

We cannot take our open societies for granted. There are threats to democracy everywhere and we must tackle them head on

Learn more
It’s easy to be in favour of diversity theoretically. But how many differences can you actually tolerate? What does it take for you to accept someone as part of your society? It’s easy to be in favour of diversity theoretically. But how many differences can you actually tolerate? What does it take for you to accept someone as part of your society? It’s easy to be in favour of diversity theoretically. But how many differences can you actually tolerate? What does it take for you to accept someone as part of your society? It’s easy to be in favour of diversity theoretically. But how many differences can you actually tolerate? What does it take for you to accept someone as part of your society?

09.09

$13 million to Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Press Release
Press Release

$13 million to Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Alfred Landecker Foundation announces $13 million dollar grant to Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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Program at Oxford University

Project
Project

Program at Oxford University

Lessons from the Holocaust and the collapse of European civilization in the 1930s.

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12.12

A.L.F. pledges €5M to support Holocaust survivors

Press Release
Press Release

A.L.F. pledges €5M to support Holocaust survivors

Alfred Landecker Foundation pledges 5 million euros to the claims conference to support Holocaust survivors

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program

We are looking for postdocs in the humanities and social sciences, particularly from the field of history. Application deadline is 31st of March.

Learn more

Decoding Antisemitism: First Discourse Report

Decoding Antisemitism: First Discourse Report

Why the level of Antisemitism on the Internet could be higher than assumed.

Video
Learn more

02.11

We are happy to welcome three new team members!

Press Release
Press Release

We are happy to welcome three new team members!

Three new team members join the Program, Communications and Administration departments.

Learn more

On Auschwitz - Reflecting on the Meaning of Absolute Death

On Auschwitz - Reflecting on the Meaning of Absolute Death by Dan Diner

Learn more

Democracy Fellows debate the democracy crisis in the US

Democracy Fellows debate the democracy crisis in the US

From the importance of tackling false information and conspiracy theories to how best to foster social cohesion and decrease polarization, our Democracy Fellows explored and shared what they believe is needed to call civil society into action, in order to protect and strengthen democratic societies in the future.

Learn more
Have you ever thought that remaining silent might be dangerous? How often do you speak to someone you don’t agree with? Have you ever thought that remaining silent might be dangerous? How often do you speak to someone you don’t agree with? Have you ever thought that remaining silent might be dangerous? How often do you speak to someone you don’t agree with? Have you ever thought that remaining silent might be dangerous? How often do you speak to someone you don’t agree with?

Decoding Antisemitism

Project
Project

Decoding Antisemitism

An AI-driven Study on Hate Speech and Imagery online.

Learn more
Opinion
Opinion

How to stop the pandemic of hatred by David Kamenetzky and Van Jones

9 minute read
Learn more
Opinion
Opinion

We are referring to a notion of humanity that was shaped 250 years ago

A political hot potato. An interdisciplinary approach to antisemitism

5 minute read
Learn more
How often do you speak to someone you don’t agree with? Have you ever thought that remaining silent might be dangerous? How often do you speak to someone you don’t agree with? Have you ever thought that remaining silent might be dangerous? How often do you speak to someone you don’t agree with? Have you ever thought that remaining silent might be dangerous? How often do you speak to someone you don’t agree with? Have you ever thought that remaining silent might be dangerous?
nytimes.com
nytimes.com

Nazis Killed Her Father. Then She Fell In Love With One.

17 minute read
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12.12

An update on the work

Press Release
Press Release

An update on the work

An update on the work of the Alfred Landecker Foundation

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Democracy Fellowship

Project
Project

Democracy Fellowship

We cannot take our open societies for granted. There are threats to democracy everywhere and we must tackle them head on

Learn more

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program

We are looking for postdocs in the humanities and social sciences, particularly from the field of history. Application deadline is 31st of March.

Learn more

On Auschwitz - Reflecting on the Meaning of Absolute Death

On Auschwitz - Reflecting on the Meaning of Absolute Death by Dan Diner

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Who was Alfred Landecker?

Who was Alfred Landecker? Mannheim, April 24, 1942. Two Gestapo officers knock on the door of the Landecker family’s home...

2 minute read
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What if the Holocaust was made possible by average people like you and me? How many indifferent citizens does it take to undermine democracy? What if the Holocaust was made possible by average people like you and me? How many indifferent citizens does it take to undermine democracy? What if the Holocaust was made possible by average people like you and me? How many indifferent citizens does it take to undermine democracy? What if the Holocaust was made possible by average people like you and me? How many indifferent citizens does it take to undermine democracy?

The historic Sulzbach Torah Scroll

The historic Sulzbach Torah Scroll

Andreas Eberhardt and Derviş Hızarcı, CEO and Program Director of the Alfred Landecker Foundation, participate in the ceremony to complete the historic Sulzbach Torah Scroll.

Learn more
nytimes.com
nytimes.com

Nazis Killed Her Father. Then She Fell In Love With One.

17 minute read
Learn more

Democracy Fellows debate the democracy crisis in the US

Democracy Fellows debate the democracy crisis in the US

From the importance of tackling false information and conspiracy theories to how best to foster social cohesion and decrease polarization, our Democracy Fellows explored and shared what they believe is needed to call civil society into action, in order to protect and strengthen democratic societies in the future.

Learn more
What if the Holocaust was made possible by average people like you and me? How many indifferent citizens does it take to undermine democracy? What if the Holocaust was made possible by average people like you and me? How many indifferent citizens does it take to undermine democracy? What if the Holocaust was made possible by average people like you and me? How many indifferent citizens does it take to undermine democracy? What if the Holocaust was made possible by average people like you and me? How many indifferent citizens does it take to undermine democracy?

Lecturer Program

Project
Project

Lecturer Program

Innovative approaches to Holocaust research in the digital age

Learn more
What if the Holocaust was made possible by average people like you and me? How many indifferent citizens does it take to undermine democracy? What if the Holocaust was made possible by average people like you and me? How many indifferent citizens does it take to undermine democracy? What if the Holocaust was made possible by average people like you and me? How many indifferent citizens does it take to undermine democracy? What if the Holocaust was made possible by average people like you and me? How many indifferent citizens does it take to undermine democracy?

The Reimann family wants to take the lessons learned from the collapse of European civilization under National Socialism and turn them into active engagement in the here and now.

5780 - a year to forget

Opinion
Opinion

5780 - a year to forget

A victim from Halle reflects on what has changed since the attack. By Jeremy Borovitz

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