We develop rigorous research and deep answers to both longstanding and new questions about how to quantify, understand and prevent antisemitism. We pilot interventions, conduct experiments and innovate approaches to establish what actually reduces antisemitism.
With our research and evaluation, we aim to generate and produce findings to address the root causes of antisemitism, turning what we learn into practical on-the-ground efforts to decrease this hate in communities in the U.S. and around the world.
We catalyze and conduct scholarly investigation into key areas on antisemitism by sponsoring fellowships and grants, conducting ADL’s own empirical research and organizing speaker series and publications.
The Center aims to increase the evidence base and knowledge of how to reduce antisemitism. We do this by developing robust and standardized metrics for assessing the efficacy of programs, conducting critical experiments to collect foundational evidence offering directions for impactful interventions and by offering micro-grants to others.
Important support for the Center for Antisemitism Research is provided, in part, by The Crimson Lion/Lavine Family Foundation and The ADL Lewy Family Institute for Combating Antisemitism. ADL gratefully acknowledges all of the individual, corporate and foundation supporters who make our work possible.