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Programs

To learn more about any of ADL’s programs in eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and Delaware, click on the program name or contact us.

The Corporate Partnership
The Partnership is designed to unite local businesses with ADL to combat prejudice and intolerance within our community. Partnered companies and their employees engage directly in ADL’s work in the community. To discuss becoming a corporate partner, please contact the Director of Development at 215-568-2223.
No Place for Hate® Logo No Place for Hate®
Now working with nearly 225 institutions, No Place for Hate provides an innovative model for reducing bias and bullying and creating more inclusive environments in schools, organizations and communities.
Law Enforcement and Society
Law Enforcement and Society (LEAS) is an innovative training that increases law enforcement personnel's understanding of their roles as protectors of the American people and the Constitution. LEAS is required component of Philadelphia Police Department recruit training.
WALK Against Hate
Every May, thousands of people from across the region gather at the WALK Against Hate to celebrate diversity and embrace differences. The event features a 5K walk to support ADL, multicultural entertainment, family-friendly activities and a Diversity Expo with local nonprofits committed to diversity.
Responding to Cyberbullying
Cyberbullying is a growing problem that affects almost half of all U.S. teens. Many adults are unaware of the problem and schools are often unsure how to respond to cyberbullying activities. The Anti-Defamation League is responding to the problem through educational programs and advocacy.
Bearing Witness™ Program
ADL's award-winning Bearing Witness program is a unique summer workshop for Catholic school educators. The program addresses past and present issues of diversity, prejudice, and bigotry by focusing on Catholic-Jewish relations throughout history.
Echoes and Reflections
Echoes and Reflections, the leading Holocaust education program in the United States, includes everything educators need to teach the complex issues of the Holocaust and its lessons to 21st century students.
Next Generation Leadership
Next Generation Leadership (NGL) is made up of Glass Leadership Institute graduates who wish to deepen their commitment and contribution to the work of ADL. To discuss becoming part of NGL, please contact the Assistant Regional Director at 215-568-2223.
CyberALLY®
CyberALLY is a training for middle and high school students that teaches about the impact of cyberbullying, provides strategies for students to respond to online hate and fosters a culture of safety and respect on the internet.
A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute
The Institute provides anti-bias and diversity programs to schools, work places and communities. It provides participants with skills, training and action-plans to fit the specific needs of various audiences.
Confronting Anti-Semitism
Confronting Anti-Semitism seeks to empower Jewish youth to explore their personal experiences with anti-Semitism, learn about common anti-Semitic stereotypes, and respond safely and effectively to anti-Semitism.
Law Enforcement Training
ADL works in partnership with law enforcement personnel on the federal, state and local level to fight hate, extremism and terrorism.
Pennsylvania Anti-Bullying Coalition
The PA Anti-Bullying Coalition was created in support of passing House Bill 2464, a comprehensive anti-bullying and cyberbullying bill. The Coalition raises awareness about the growing problem of bullying in our schools, why this legislation is significant, and what you can do to get involved.
Summer Associate Research Program
ADL's Summer Associate Research Program gives participating associates the opportunity to research topics of particular interest to ADL. To discuss becoming a Summer Associate, please contact the Associate Regional Director at 215-568-2223.
Glass Leadership Institute
The Glass Leadership Institute (GLI) introduces young professionals between the ages of 25-40 to ADL’s important work and the full range of issues on the ADL agenda. GLI participants will develop the skills necessary to effectively confront and combat anti-Semitism and all forms of hatred.

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