Get the Trolls Out! responds to the concerning rise in antisemitic attitudes and statements by both public figures and media in Europe and addresses the danger that such attitudes are gaining traction among young people. We reject antisemitic discourse in the media, traditional and new, as well as in everyday life. We engage young people in exposing the prejudices, misrepresentation and manipulation of antisemitic public discourses through creative education, humour, theatre, fact-based messages and complaints.

August 14, 2016

Sep 2015 - Jul 2016: Insights & Trends in Antisemitic Online Hate Speech

This document contains the main antisemitic discourses the Get the Trolls Out project encountered in…
August 05, 2016

June - Media Monitoring Highlights

From the antisemitism related to Brexit to the president from a Greek workers union claiming…
August 01, 2016

Radio: Jews and Holocaust, the story of Thessaloniki

in Radio

The second episode of Symbiosis Radio for Get the Trolls Out! was broadcast on FM100.6…
July 31, 2016

Disrupting the trolls

By Verica Rupar, Associate Professor at the School of Communication Studies, AUT, New Zealand. Standing…
July 30, 2016

Antisemitism in Hungary: high and stable

The Action and Protection Foundation commissioned the Medián Public Opinion and Market Research Institute to…
July 29, 2016

László Toroczkai: Troll of the Month - July

The Troll of the Month is an episode we choose every month to expose antisemites…
July 28, 2016

Did the Jewish Quota deprive people of their rights?

The leader of the institute of historical studies run by the government claims that the…
July 28, 2016

Thessaloniki Remembers

in Video

This video, created by the Greek partner Symbiosis, how Thessaloniki and its citizens remembered the…
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