Streetwise delivers Antisemitism education to young Jewish people in secondary schools from the age of 12 to 18. The session uses a variety of resources and Antisemitism is framed in a broader conversation about racism and discrimination, as well as British Values. Streetwise Antisemitism sessions engage over 4,000 young Jewish people every year.
Antisemitism sessions use a variety of resources, including CST's annual Antisemitic incidents report, videos and imagery, as well as statistics from our partners and supporters. The programme aims to help young people define Antisemitism, understand its history and roots as well as its current manifestations. School sessions promote and empower young people to report and combat Antisemitism, by providing young people with the skills and tools necessary to identify and tackle Antisemitism and hate crime in British society.
As well as sessions in Jewish schools, Streetwise has a particular interest in delivering Antisemitism education to young, Jewish people that do not attend Jewish schools - in JSocs, Synagogues, communal organisations, summer camps and youth movements.