On June 16th, at its Annual Conference, the Jerusalem Post rewarded the DigiTell network, of which Crif is a part.
On June 16, a thousand people gathered in New York to attend the annual Jerusalem Post Conference. A major event that brings together every year journalists, writers, politicians, heads of associations and foundations, and members of civil society, all committed in the fight against anti-Semitism and delegitimization of Israel.
This year, the Jerusalem Post has chosen to reward DigiTell, a network of digital experts mobilized in the fight against anti-Semitism and delegitimization of Israel. This network gathers 100 people around the world and operates 7days / 7, 24/24!
DigiTell was established in 2018 by the Israeli Ministry of Strategic Affairs and Crif joined the network in March 2019, during a series of 3-day conferences in Israel. Since then, along with other experts and digital ambassadors for Israel, Crif has been mobilizing daily on the Internet to fight against Israel's hatred, its delegitimation and the influences of the boycott movements.
More than 15 countries are represented in DigiTell, including the United States, Norway, Germany, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and Argentina. DigiTell members come from associations and government or institutional organizations.
Every day, the network shares common issues and each other's campaigns. This allows a wider distribution of the topics covered. DigiTell is keen to think that together we are stronger. Crif strongly supports the importance of developing and maintaining strong relationships with anti-boycott actors around the world.
During the Jpost Conference, DigiTell attendees in New York were called on stage by Israeli Strategic Affairs Minister Gilad Erdan to be congratulated for DigiTell's work. The Minister congratulated Ido Daniel and Revital Yakin, in charge of the DigiTell project, as well as each member of the network.
The fight against anti-Semitism and the delegitimization of Israel has no borders. And DigiTell is the perfect example!
Marie-Sarah Seeberger, Crif Editorial Manager