Tel Aviv University collating all laws of the world against racism
Two out of four volumes have been published to help jurists, legislators and diplomats understand countries’ laws on racism and discrimination.
Much has changed since the 2001 Durban Conference in South Africa turned into a platform for anti-Semitism. European countries have enacted ambitious anti-discrimination legislation, as well as laws governing incitement to racism, xenophobia, Holocaust denial, anti-Semitism and genocide.
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