Adam Levick has served as Managing Editor of CAMERA’s UK Media Watch since 2010. Previously he worked as a researcher at NGO Monitor and, prior to that, worked in the Civil Rights Division of the Anti-Defamation League. Adam has published reports on progressive antisemitism for the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. His op-eds have appeared in The Guardian, The Independent, Irish Examiner, Philadelphia Inquirer, The Jewish Chronicle, Jewish Quarterly, The Jerusalem Post, Times of Israel, JNS, The Algemeiner, Jewish Affairs and Perspectives (the print magazine of Aish HaTorah UK).
Adam holds a degree in Political Science and History from Temple University. He made aliyah in 2009.
Hadar Sela is the Managing Editor of BBC Watch. She was born in the north of England and has lived in Israel for over three decades. She has a special interest in the influence of the media on the British public’s perceptions of the Middle East and the Islamist networks operating in the UK and has written pre-emptive reports on several anti-Israel campaigns, including the flotillas and the Global March to Jerusalem in March 2012.
Hadar joined UK Media Watch (previously CiF Watch) shortly after its establishment in 2009 and her work has also been published in the Algemeiner, the Commentator, the MERIA Journal and at Harry’s Place, among others.
Richard Millet is a London based blogger who writes about Israel and anti-Semitism. Has a Masters in Near and Middle Eastern Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London.