Events & Meetings

EJC organises educational field trips for high school students to Jewish sites in Belgium

Students had the opportunity to explore Judaism's heritage in the country, comprehend its history and culture, and understand the impact of the Nazi occupation on Belgium and its Jewish community.

EJC Executive Vice-President addressed the 6th Lithuanian National Forum on Human Rights

EJC Executive Vice-President and CEO Raya Kalenova spoke about the important work that the EJC does to protect and unite Jewish communities across Europe, including Lithuania, and fight against antisemitism during these challenging times.

The European Jewish Congress organises press mission to Israel with journalists from across Europe

The objective of the mission was to offer journalists and press officers an in-depth and multidimensional perspective on the current situation in the country, enabling them to visit the places where the Hamas massacre took place, meet relatives of the victims and hostages taken to the Gaza Strip, and engage in discussions with high-level politicians and analysts.

EJC hosts at its Brussels office families of the Israeli hostages taken by Hamas  

EJC Vice-President and CEO Raya Kalenova assured the hostage families of the unwavering support of European Jewish communities for the release of their loved ones.

EJC takes part in WGAS Board Meeting devoted to the surge of antisemitism in Europe since October 7

The European Jewish Congress (EJC) took part in a Board Meeting of the European Parliament Working Group against Antisemitism (WGAS) to discuss the ongoing increase in antisemitic incidents in Europe since October 7, following the start of the war between Israel and Hamas.

EJC solidarity mission to Israel

EJC President Dr Ariel Muzicant, together with European Jewish leaders and Austrian lawmakers, arrived in Israel on Sunday, October 29th, to express their full solidarity and unconditional support for the Jewish state in the wake of Hamas' brutal attacks. 

EJC organises public release of sky lanterns in Brussels to demand the immediate release of the hostages held by Hamas

The European Jewish Congress organised a public release of sky lanterns in Brussels to honour the more than 230 innocent hostages currently held in the Gaza Strip by Hamas, demanding their immediate and unconditional release. 

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Statements

European Jewish Congress shocked by ICC prosecutor’s demand to arrest Israeli leaders

The European Jewish Congress is appalled by the decision of the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to request arrest warrants for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defence Minister Yoav Gallant on alleged war crimes charges.