European Parliament pays respects to Hadar Goldin

The European Parliament paid respects this week to fallen soldier and terror victim, Lt. Hadar Goldin at the opening ceremony of the exhibition 'Hadar Goldin: The Final Peace', which was held in Strasbourg, in cooperation with the European Jewish Congress.

FRA report on experiences of antisemitism presented at European Parliament

The European Parliament Working Group on Antisemitism (WGAS) held a conference presenting the findings of the 2nd FRA Survey on discrimination and hate crime against Jews at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

EJC: The FRA report on Experiences of Antisemitism Should be a Final Warning for Authorities to Act

The European Jewish Congress expresses deep concern over the FRA report ‘Experiences and Perceptions of Antisemitism - Second survey on discrimination and hate crime against Jews in the EU’.

EJC applauds the adoption of the European Union’s historic Declaration on the Fight Against Antisemitism

The European Jewish Congress applauds the historic Declaration by the Council of the European Union on the fight against Antisemitism and the development of a common security approach to better protect Jewish communities and institutions in Europe.

EJC joins celebration of 40th anniversary of EUJS

EJC joined the European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) in celebrating 40 years of peer-led Jewish student activism.

EJC expresses outrage over antisemitic imagery applied to Hungarian Jewish leader

EJC has expressed outrage after the Hungarian weekly magazine Figyelő depicted András Heisler, head of the Federation of Hungarian Jewish Communities (MAZSIHISZ) on its recent cover surrounded by banknotes.

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European Parliament pays respects to Hadar Goldin

The European Parliament paid respects this week to fallen soldier and terror victim, Lt. Hadar Goldin at the opening ceremony of the exhibition 'Hadar Goldin: The Final Peace', which was held in Strasbourg, in cooperation with the European Jewish Congress.