On 10.11.2020, it was held via video conference, on the 13ο Seminar on combating racism, xenophobia and anti-Semitism between the European Union and Israel.  

In 2018 it was decided with the "Council Declaration on Combating Anti-Semitism and Developing a Common Strategy for the Better Protection of European Jewish Communities and Institutions" that a Seminar on this topic be held every year, so that the EU Member States adopt and implement "a holistic strategy to prevent and tackle all forms of anti-Semitism as part of their strategy to combat racism, xenophobia, radicalism and violent extremism". 14 European countries are in the process of adopting or have already adopted strategies or have integrated specific plans to combat anti-Semitism into their broader strategy against racism and violent extremism. European and Israeli experts participate in the Seminar, who discuss issues related to best practices, but also the measures to be taken to combat racism, xenophobia and anti-Semitism.

The 13ο Seminar focused mainly on the problem of online hate speech and its effects on society, as well as possible measures that can be taken to deal with anti-Semitic online hate speech.

European Commissioner for Combating Anti-Semitism and Defending Jewish Life Katharina von Schnurbeinin her speech she pointed out, among other things: "...Public incitement to violence or hatred, as well as Holocaust denial, have been criminalized in the EU. both online and offline. We ask social media not to become platforms for spreading hate and to remove all illegal content."