The Eradicate Hate Global Summit 2021

Monday, October 18, 2021 (All day) to Wednesday, October 20, 2021 (All day)

All of us are looking for solutions and that is the point of the Summit.  We will be discussing and actively working toward effective strategies to globally eradicate violent acts spawned by hate. The agenda illustrates both the magnitude of our vision and the fact that we have amassed an unprecedented group of experts to address critical issues that form the foundation for extremist hate. 

To face this dangerous threat, experts from government, academia, law, the non-profit sector, corporations, and journalism are converging on Pittsburgh for this first-ever event, which will be framed by a search for important solutions. This Summit is bringing together the best and the brightest from around the world and providing an ongoing Working Group structure that continually incentivizes experts to work collaboratively across disciplines, across institutions, and across borders between each annual gathering, to deliver actual, lasting, and measurable change.

How the Summit started:  The Summit grew from the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history. In October 2018, a heavily armed gunman massacred worshipers in three different congregations at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue. The attack shocked the world. But it unfortunately was not an isolated event. Hate has continued to grow, becoming the lifeblood of global extremism. 

It is our hope that October 2021 will be remembered as the moment that changed the way we combat hate and extremism. We invite you to join us and be part of this next chapter.

When:  18-20 October 2021
Where:  The David L. Lawrence Convention Center, 1000 Fort Duquesne Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

⇒ On-site registration will not be available

If you are unable to join in person, please view the live streaming options  here.

COVID Protocols: The Summit will follow all federal, state, and local guidelines set for in-person gatherings as well as recommendations provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In addition, considering current public health reports, all attendees will need to show proof of full COVID vaccination and wear a mask during the Summit. For details and updates as public health matters evolve, please continue to check our website.

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