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The Inter-parliamentary Coalition for Combating Anti-Semitism (ICCA) is an international group of parliamentarians whose stated goal is to lead the fight against resurgent global antisemitism.[1]

Objectives[edit]

The organization states that its objectives are:[1]

  • To promote awareness and understanding of the nature and threat of antisemitism;
  • To establish a reliable set of indicators of antisemitism for the purpose of better identifying, monitoring, confronting and combating it;
  • To work with scholars of antisemitism – and the leading scholarly institutions for the study of antisemitism;
  • To utilise the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry Into Antisemitism in the United Kingdom as a model template for other national assemblies to follow;
  • To identify and develop a range of remedies to combat antisemitism;
  • To organise working groups around the indicators of antisemitism.

Steering committee[edit]

The members of the group's steering committee, according to its website, are:[2]

London Declaration[edit]

Ottawa Protocol[edit]

In November 2010, the ICCA convened in Ottawa for a two-day conference of parliamentarians and experts from about four dozen countries. The summit resulted in the Ottawa Protocol, a document designed to stamp out antisemitism.[3]

Speakers included Canadian Leader of the Opposition Michael Ignatieff[4]

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