EJC holds Executive Meeting in Brussels

The European Jewish Congress held its Executive Meeting on 27 June 2022 in Brussels.


At UNESCO and EJC Symposium: Practical guide for educators to combat conspiracy theories launched

EJC Executive Vice-President and CEO Raya Kalenova addressed the international symposium “Addressing Conspiracy Theories Through Education” in Brussels, co-hosted by the EJC and UNESCO in Brussels.

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Israel National News: New guide to help educators combat conspiracy theories

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the European Jewish Congress (EJC) co-hosted an international symposium, “Addressing Conspiracy Theories Through Education,”...

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U.S. Special Envoy Deborah Lipstadt in Saudi Arabia for first official visit

Deborah Lipstadt, the U.S. State Department’s new special envoy to combat antisemitism, arrived in Saudi Arabia for her first official foreign visit.

Life in Israel

Israeli MFA opens “365 Days of Israeli Culture” Site

The Israeli Foreign Ministry, together with The Jerusalem Post, has opened a website designed to promote Israeli cultural events.


Shoah Commemoration

More than 70 years after the Shoah, the systematic murder of six million Jews by the Nazis and their collaborators, representing a third of the world’s Jewish population and a half of Europe’s, it is incumbent upon us as Jews and as Europeans to maintain the memory of this most unique of genocides and to draw the lessons from it for our own days.

We must seek different methods to convey the same message of where hatred and intolerance and antisemitism lead. The most important of these is through education and the EJC works with governments and local authorities to ensure the insertion and maintenance of Holocaust education in curricula and non-curricula activities.

About us

The EJC was created to give a unified voice to Jewish communities around Europe, representing their common interests and concerns, but at the same time allowing smaller Jewish communities a wider platform to express their specific needs.

It federates democratically elected national Jewish community organisations in over 40 European countries uniting 2.5 million Jews across the continent.