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At the National Summit on Antisemitism, the Government of Canada announced support for two projects through the Anti-Racism Action Program that address antisemitism and hate.

Organization: United Jewish Appeal Federation of Toronto

Title: Online Hate Research and Education Program

Description: The project will aim to address online hate by identifying different forms of hate in a variety of internet sites and social media platforms, and by developing strategies to empower young people to respond to the dissemination of hate.

Funding Amount: $340,000

Organization: La’aD Canada Foundation

Title: CARE: Combatting Antisemitism through Research and Education

Description: The project will focus on inter-community outreach and cultural sensitivity training to public sector employees who are most likely to interact with the Jewish community.

Funding Amount: $154,200

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