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Now more than ever we need to join together to eradicate hate.

Working with the top experts from around the world, the Eradicate Hate Global Summit is dedicated to delivering actionable ideas to prevent all forms of hate-fueled violence. This season of giving, please consider making a gift to support our work.

The Eradicate Hate Global Summit provides a unique, multidisciplinary forum to share ideas and build working relationships to drive the development and deployment of effective approaches to reduce hate-fueled violence. We would be grateful to have you as part of this effort.

Our work does not end after our annual gathering, in fact, it is just beginning. Your gift will support the ongoing efforts of our 25 working groups who turn ideas proposed during the annual conference into practical model programs, best practices, or action plans.

I hope you’ll join us this season of giving with a gift to make a safer world for us all.

McCain Institute’s Preventing Targeted Violence Team Joins the Eradicate Hate Global Summit

Pittsburgh’s Eradicate Hate Global Summit and the McCain Institute are pleased to announce that the team making up the McCain Institute’s Preventing Targeted Violence program will join the Summit to expand its initiatives to prevent hate-fueled violence.  Read the full announcement.

The world’s most comprehensive anti-hate conference.

The Eradicate Hate Global Summit was formed as a response to the largest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history. On October 27, 2018, a gunman motivated by hate ideologies murdered 11 Jews and injured others worshiping at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh.

The Eradicate Hate Global Summit is a vehicle for worldwide action. It held its first conference in the Fall of 2021 during the COVID pandemic, and almost 100 speakers from around the globe attended. The second conference in September 2022 attracted more than 260 speakers and over 1,600 people attended either in person or virtually.

The Summit’s annual conference breaks down silos to bring together the world’s leading anti-hate experts from many disciplines and sectors, including representatives from public policy organizations; tech and platform companies; federal, state, and local government and law enforcement; the military and veterans; judges and lawyers; doctors and other mental health professionals; educators and students; academic researchers and data scientists; journalists and film-makers; and former members of hate groups. They are inspired to collaborate and develop new solutions to prevent hate-motivated violence by the personal experiences of survivors and victims’ families whose voices are heard at the conference.

International participants include the United Nations Special Advisor on Prevention of Genocide along with foreign government representatives, civil society organizations, and researchers from around the globe, including Australia, Canada, Europe, UK, and New Zealand.

The Eradicate Hate Global Summit now stands as the most comprehensive anti-hate conference in the world.

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Summit Content Library

We have compiled an extensive video library from past Eradicate Hate Global Summits.  The library also includes an interview series of selected Summit participants discussing a variety of important subject matters.

The State of Hate

Hate-fueled violence of all kinds continues to impact communities around the world. This panel will address recent incidents and trends involving hate precipitated by actors motivated by various kinds of hate – anti-Semitic, anti Black, anti-Asian, anti-Muslim, anti-LGBTQ+, anti-Asian, anti-women, and more.
Moderator: Mark Nordenberg, Co-Chair, Eradicate Hate Global Summit, Chancellor Emeritus and Chair of the Institute of Politics, University of Pittsburgh
Speaker 1: Oren Segal, Vice President, Center on Extremism, ADL
Speaker 2: Sasha Havlicek, CEO, Institute for Strategic Dialogue
Speaker 3: Amy Spitalnick, CEO, Jewish Council for Public Affairs
Speaker 4: Derika B. Sutton, FBI
Speaker 5: Stephen Piggott, Western States Center