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European Jewish Congress- Newsletter 20-24 January 2020

THE FIFTH WORLD HOLOCAUST FORUM 2020 DR. MOSHE KANTOR ADDRESSES 48 WORLD LEADERS GATHERED IN JERUSALEM FOR FIFTH WORLD HOLOCAUST FORUM The President of the World Holocaust Forum Foundation and the European Jewish Congress,...

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Board of Deputies of British Jews- Community Briefing

‘Rebuilding will take more than mild expressions of regret’ – The Board of Deputies launches its Ten Pledges for Labour leadership and deputy leadership candidates. This week, the Board of Deputies released its Ten...

European Jewish Congress – Newsletter 12-14 January 2020

STATEMENT AHEAD OF THE FIFTH WORLD HOLOCAUST FORUM, THE FIRST EVER GLOBAL SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN TO COMBAT ANTISEMITISM IS LAUNCHED, TITLED: ‘STOP THIS STORY!’ For the first time ever, a social media campaign was...

European Jewish Congress- Newsletter 8-10 January 2020

NEWS FROM COMMUNITIES GERMANY GERMANY OPENS OFFICIAL HELP DESK FOR THOSE SEEKING TO RECLAIM NAZI-LOOTED ART Germany has launched a specialised office to help people reclaim art and other cultural assets seized by the...

European Jewish Congress- Newsletter 18-20 December 2019

STATEMENTS EJC EXPRESSES SHOCK AND INDIGNATION AFTER SARAH HALIMI KILLER EVADES CRIMINAL TRIAL EJC expresses shock and indignation at the decision by the Paris Court of Appeal declaring that Kobili Traoré, the murderer of...

European Jewish Congress- Newsletter 15-17 December 2019

EVENTS AND MEETINGS EJC ATTENDS SECOND WORKING GROUP MEETING ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE COUNCIL DECLARATION ON THE FIGHT AGAINST ANTISEMITISM Raya Kalenova, EJC Executive Vice-President and CEO, and Ariella Woitchik, EJC Director of...

European Jewish Congress-Newsletter 4-6 December 2019

STATEMENT EJC PRESIDENT MOSHE KANTOR PRAISES FRENCH PARLIAMENT RESOLUTION ON THE FIGHT AGAINST ANTISEMITISM “Anti-Zionism is almost always just a mask for hatred of Jews and Jewish collectivity and is just the most modern...

EUROPEAN JEWISH CONGRESS- Newsletter 1-3 December 2019

BELGIUM BELGIAN CARNIVAL TOWN RENOUNCES UNESCO TITLE OVER ANTISEMITIC FLOAT The famed Belgian carnival town of Aalst is renouncing its place on the U.N. cultural heritage list, saying it is “sick” of widespread complaints...