Law Enforcement Training
ADL offers a variety of interactive training opportunities for law enforcement professionals including extremist training and hate crime training. The St. Louis Regional office of ADL has a long track record of working effectively with the law enforcement community to combat extremist groups and the threat they pose to American security.
Concepts of Beauty and Bias
The Concepts of Beauty and Bias Program is designed to increase self-esteem and decrease bias in young people while providing an opportunity to study art objects, from a hand-selected collection, in The Saint Louis Art Museum.
Peer Training Program
As A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute Peer Trainers, young people assume leadership roles to create respectful and inclusive school environments.
The ADL takes an active role in identifying emerging issues as they take place in Washington and helping to craft legislative and policy initiatives. A national network of ADL activists assumes a key role in educating and activating Regional leadership, which is crucial to the advancement of the League's legislative priorities.
Miller Early Childhood Initiative
The Miller Early Childhood Initiative provides anti-bias training and resources for early childhood educators, caregivers, and families to help children understand, respect and appreciate differences.
The Confronting Anti-Semitism Project empowers the Jewish community to identify and respond to acts of anti-Semitism and to challenge the anti-Semitic stereotypes at the root of such acts.
Echoes and Reflections: Teacher Training
Echoes and Reflections is a world-class multi-media curriculum on Holocaust education developed through a joint project between the Anti-Defamation League, Yad Vashem, and the USC Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education.
Israel Advocacy and Education Committee
The Israel Advocacy and Education Committee is a very successful component of the ADL's advocacy agenda. The group aims to counteract the dissemination of inaccurate and misleading information about the conflict in the Middle East, and to address the global rise in anti-Semitism as it relates to public's perceptions of Israel and Middle Eastern politics.
No Place For Hate®
The No Place for Hate® program empowers school communities to promote respect for individual and group differences while challenging prejudice and bigotry.
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