Dear Church Leader

The International Coalition for Israel (‘ICI’) and the European Coalition for Israel (‘ECI’) invite your church to commit to fight against antisemitism, and thus join a network of churches determined not to fail the Jewish people this time around.

Tick if your Church commits to:(Required)

1. adopt the IHRA working definition of antisemitism¹;
2. actively commemorate the victims of the Holocaust by observing annually International Holocaust Remembrance Day the week of 27th of January²;
3. educate one another to understand antisemitism, and encouraging one another to stand against it in all its forms;
4. join Churches Against Antisemitism, a growing network of churches around the world which gives participating churches access to teaching and social media resources and a platform from which joint initiatives to combat antisemitism can be coordinated, including our signature campaign: #IamMyBrother’sKeeper.

¹ This general definition is seen today as the ‘gold standard’ that has been widely adopted by National Governments, International Organizations and different communities around the world in order to have a shared understanding that everyone can agree on. The important aspect is that the definition in its extended version also includes anti-zionism as one of the manifestations of antisemitism.
²The international community chose this day in reference to the liberation of Auschwitz on 27 January 1945.

After you submit this form, we will send you the #IamMyBrother’sKeeper certificate, duly sealed, for display in your church and use on your website. The country you represent will also be added to the #ChurchesAgainstAntisemitism map online at and If you have any questions, please contact us at

Map of countries from which churches have signed up to #IamMyBrother’sKeeper campaign

The campaign aims to keep alive the memory of the victims of the Holocaust, while raising awareness of the resurgence of antisemitism today. ICI and ECI are calling on local churches worldwide to adopt the IHRA definition on antisemitism as an expression of their commitment to stand against antisemitism. To signal willingness of your church to join this campaign, please sign up here. Click here to read more.