The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe must make a priority of countering anti-Semitism and intolerance among youth, the Anti-Defamation League said.

Delegates from the 56-member OSCE are meeting in Warsaw this week to address how to combat racism and support human rights. Gary Bretton-Granatoor, the ADL’s education director, proposed anti-racism initiatives that could be replicated in different countries. He also called for a high-level conference on anti-Semitism next year and presented 10 policy recommendations for participating states to strengthen data collection, education and law enforcement efforts to address and prevent hate crimes among youth.

Jewish advocacy groups are closely watching this year’s OSCE meeting, as some worry that the organization might cease to place a high priority on fighting anti-Semitism