Tools and Resources

Here are some resources to give you the tools to stand up to anti-Israel activity and anti-Semitism on campus.

1. Report Anti-Semitism

If you encounter anti-Semitism, hate, bigotry or discrimination, there are people and organizations to contact no matter where you live, work or study:
Simon Weisenthal Center’s CombatHateU App CombatHateU is the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s new cutting-edge app empowers Jewish students to instantaneously report anti-Semitism, anti-Israel harassment, and intimidation tactics on college and university campuses.
Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Trained professionals are ready to help at ADL Regional Offices throughout the United States.
Louis D. Brandeis Center The Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law is an independent, unaffiliated, nonprofit corporation established to advance the civil and human rights of the Jewish people and promote justice for all.
AMCHA Initiative The AMCHA Initiative is a non-profit organization dedicated to investigating, documenting, educating about, and combating anti-Semitism at institutions of higher education in America..
Office for Civil Rights OCR’s authority to resolve complaints extends to allegations of discrimination based on race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability in public and private programs that receive Federal funds from the U.S. Department of Education.
The Coordination Forum for Countering Anti-Semitism The Coordination Forum for Countering Anti-Semitism is a state forum that monitors anti-Semitic activities throughout the world.
EndBDS The Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law is an independent, unaffiliated, nonprofit corporation established to advance the civil and human rights of the Jewish people and promote justice for all.

2. Campus Guide

Hillel has compiled a comprehensive guide about campuses in order to help you find and explore vibrant Jewish campuses.


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3. Campus Organizations and Resources

Almost every campus in North America has organizations, groups, and resources for pro-Israel and Jewish students. Here is a list of organizations that support Jewish students on campus in various ways. We highly recommend that you explore these organizations and their numerous resources. There are also individual organizations on campuses, check your university’s website for a list of campus groups.
Jerusalem U’s Step Up for Israel program is an international, grassroots campaign that connects individuals and communities to Israel by providing a strong foundation in Israel education and activist opportunities.
Explore the Step Up for Israel Program >
EndBDS brings together partner organizations and pro bono lawyers throughout the pro-Israel community working to fight anti-Israel activity through united action. EndBDS is a one-stop destination for those fighting the BDS movement, and the extremism and anti-Semitism that often accompanies BDS, particularly on college campuses.
EndBDS website >
CAMERA provides assistance to Jewish and pro-Israel students including guidance in finding and connecting with speakers or films, planning events, funding for student groups, and addressing Middle East distortions in campus publications, rallies and classroom teaching.
Click Here to Learn More >
The AMCHA Initiative is a non-profit organization dedicated to investigating, documenting, educating about, and combating anti-Semitism at institutions of higher education in America.
Visit AMCHA’s Website >
Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) was founded to provide opportunities for the Jewish college man seeking the best possible college and fraternity experience.
Check to see if AEPi is on your campus >
Hillel builds connections with emerging adults at more than 550 colleges and universities, and inspires them to direct their own path.
Check to see if Hillel is on your campus >
Hasbara Fellowships is a leading pro-Israel campus activism organization working with over 80 Universities across North America.
Bring Hasbara Fellowships to Your Campus >
Israel on Campus Coalition (ICC) is a national network of students, faculty, and professionals dedicated to strengthening the pro-Israel movement on campus.
Find out more >
StandWithUs supports, trains, and provides resources to college students across North America.
Explore StandWithUs Campus Resources >
ADL monitors and combats global anti-Semitism and extremism, and promotes the security and well-being of Jewish communities around the world.
Tweet @CampusADL >

4. Campus Campaigns

6. How to Discuss Israel

Answering Tough Questions about Israel

7. Get educated about BDS

BDS initiatives are increasingly pervasive, especially on college campuses. To counter them, use your network. Contact your alma mater to express your concerns. The Alumni and Development Offices are important places to start, as are Offices of Parent Services, if you are a parent of a college student. Ask like-minded friends to do the same. Encourage students and children to join pro-Israel groups on campus and become active in Hillel, which is often the first line of defense when anti-Israel campaigns come to campus. Learn as much as you can about the initiative, and write to your alumni magazines and campus newspapers. Contact your congressmen and Senators and encourage them to draft legislation that outlaws academic boycotts of Israel.