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The future of a peaceful, united and tolerant Europe lies in all of our hands. We must be proactive in the face of this dark, encroaching racism, hate and intolerance, and refuse to passively accept it. Our European future depends on it.

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News and Events
 
18.11.2014
EJC: EU Must Condition Aid to PA on Ending Incitement
16.11.2014
EJC Calls on European Authorities to Take Immediate Measures to Protect Jewish Communities after Rabbi Stabbed in Antwerp
15.11.2014
Rabbi Stabbed in Antwerp: EJC Calls On European Authorities 'To Return a Normal Sense of Security to Jewish Communities'
10.10.2014
European Jewish Congress Calls On British Parliament to Vote against Motion on Recognizing Palestine as a State
06.10.2014
European Jewish Congress Slams Swedish PM Statement on Recognition of Palestinian State


 

Articles and Publications
 
19.11.2014
Report: Anti-Semitic Incidents in Italy Tripled During Israel's Gaza Op
16.11.2014
EJC Demands Security after Jew Stabbed in Antwerp
16.11.2014
Belgian Stabbing Increases Concern over European Anti-Semitism
15.11.2014
After Rabbi Stabbed In Belgium, Jewish Group Calls For More Safety of European Jews
15.11.2014
“There Is a War against the Jews on the Internet and On the Streets”. Welcome to Post-Nazi Europe


 

European Jewish Congress

The European Jewish Congress (EJC) is one of the most influential international public associations and a large secular organisation representing more than 2.5 million of Jews throughout Europe. The EJC is an umbrella organisation for 42 national Jewish communities on this continent.

The primary mission of the EJC, which is deeply involved in the integration processes in Europe, is to promote European democracy based on good relations between neighbours, mutual understanding and tolerance.

The European Council on Tolerance
and Reconciliation

The European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation (ECTR) is a non-governmental organisation that focuses on monitoring tolerance in Europe and preparing practical recommendations to improve interethnic relations and intercultural communication.

The ECTR consists of prominent political and public leaders, scientists, Nobel Prize laureates and individuals who have gained global recognition for their outstanding achievements in the humanitarian sphere and promotion of tolerance.

European Week of Tolerance

 
  

November 9-16, 2008

European Days of Tolerance is a set of events and special meetings initiated by leading European political and public organisations to help prevent violations of human rights and to fight xenophobia, racism, anti-Semitism and other forms of intolerance on the European continent.
 

 
International Holocaust Forums
 
International Forum "Let My People Live!". January 27, 2010

The third “Let My People Live!” World Forum to mark the day 65 years ago when the Red Army liberated the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp was held in Krakow, Poland, on January 27, 2010. The Forum was organised by the European Jewish Congress, the World Holocaust Forum Foundation and Yad Vashem – the Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority.

The third “Let My People Live!” Forum was held under the honorary patronage of President of Poland Lech Kaczyński, President of the European Parliament Jerzy Buzek and the first Permanent President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy.

European Jewish Fund

The European Jewish Fund (EJF) was founded in February 2006 on the initiative of Viatcheslav Moshe Kantor who is currently the fund's chairman.

International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe
 

The International Conference on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe held in Luxembourg on May 24-25, 2007 has been promoted to the status of a permanent forum. The level of its participants made the conference the largest and most authoritative event to address the issue of nuclear non-proliferation in the last decade.

Leading experts from 14 nations attended  the conference, including Mohamed ElBaradei, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA); Sergey Kirienko, Head of the Russian Federal Agency for Atomic Energy and former Prime Minister of the Russian Federation; Rolf Ekeus, High Commissioner on National Minorities of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe and Board Chairman of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute; Nikolay Laverov, Vice President of the Russian Academy of Sciences; William Perry, Member of the Weapons of Mass Destruction Commission (WMDC), Professor (Stanford University), former U.S. Secretary of Defense; and Hans Blix,Chairman of the WMDC and former IAEA Director General.

 

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