Zack Udin joined the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom in January 2017. As a Researcher, Mr. Udin is responsible for maintaining USCIRF’s Victims Database and Religious Prisoners of Conscience Project, which seeks to highlight cases of religious prisoners around the world and the laws and policies that led to their imprisonment. In addition, he is the Commission’s chief anti-Semitism analyst; he researches aspects of religious freedom issues in Latin America; and he assists in special projects.
Mr. Udin graduated from George Washington University in 2017 with a B.A. in Political Science and minors in History and Judaic Studies.
Mr. Udin also monitors and reports on international cases and practices involving antisemitism.