Summer Law Associates Program
This program encourages major Cleveland-area law firms to provide pro-bono research on topics pertinent to ADL’s agenda.
A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute
The A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute houses ADL’s renowned programs that teach respect for the diversity in our society. Programs are available for all ages and environments -- from pre-school students through adults in the workplace.
Echoes and Reflections
This resource provides instruction on the history of the Holocaust within the context of contemporary issues of cultural diversity, intolerance and genocide.
Cleveland Catholic-Jewish Colloquium
The Cleveland Catholic/Jewish Colloquium brings together members from Cleveland’s Catholic and Jewish communities for a shared evening of learning and discussion.
No Place for Hate®
No Place for Hate®, a program of the Anti-Defamation League, seeks to provide a model for combating intolerance, bullying and hatred.
National Youth Leadership Mission
This bi-annual three-day trip brings delegations of up to 10 students from our region together with students from across the country to visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. Students learn leadership skills while discussing the universal lessons of the Holocaust, and exploring ways to combat bigotry and bias in their daily lives. Students undergo an intensive and competitive interview process in order to qualify for the program.
Workplace and Community Workshops
Our region offers one to two hour workshops for businesses and community organizations interested in introducing their employees or members to issues of diversity with the intent of building a more respectful environment. These workshops are ideal for those entities not yet ready to commit to the in-depth training available through our A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute, but wanting an idea of what ADL may be able to offer them in the future.
Responding to Cyberbullying
Programming to help schools develop a comprehensive approach to prevent and intervene against cyberbullying.
ADL’s Educational Initiative, Becoming An Ally
ADL’s educational initiative, Becoming an Ally: Responding to Name-Calling and Bullying is based in the premise that the cycle of name-calling and bullying behaviors is best interrupted by motivated allies. During this interactive workshop, students and educators explore the range of behaviors associated with being an ally, develop and practice skills to respond to name-calling and bullying and ultimately take important steps toward positively changing the climate of their schools.
This workshop helps Jewish youth in middle and high school and their families better understand the skills and tools necessary to confront and combat anti-Semitism.
Holocaust as A Human Experience
This intensive one day trip for High School Students, already engaged in the process of studying the Holocaust, to the U.S. Memorial Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C. in order to apply the lessons of the Holocaust to modern day bigotry.
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