Shoah Commemoration

At official IHRD ceremony, EJC President Kantor calls for the rebuilding of a strong political centre in the battle against rising extremism

The EJC, in partnership with the European Parliament Working Group on Antisemitism, held the official annual International Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony, under the patronage of European Parliament President Antonio Tajani.

2018 International Holocaust Commemoration Day Ceremony

The European Parliament, in partnership with the European Jewish Congress, hosted its annual International Holocaust Commemoration Day Ceremony on Wednesday, January 24th 2018.

EJC brings together over 1000 Jewish students to Auschwitz-Birkenau

The European Jewish Congress together with the Chief Rabbi of Russia Berel Lazar and the President of the Federation of Russian Jewish Communities Alexander...

International Holocaust Remembrance Day Ceremony – Brussels – 25 January 2017

The European Jewish Congress in partnership with the newly elected President of the European Parliament Mr Antonio Tajani organised the International Holocaust Remembrance Day...

International Holocaust Remembrance Day Ceremony – European Parliament, Brussels -27 January 2016

EJC in partnership with the President of the European Parliament held its annual International Holocaust Remembrance Day Ceremony. During his address, EP President Martin...

LMPL 2015: EJC President Moshe Kantor: Europe on the Cusp of ‘New Dark Ages’ at Forum to Combat anti-Semitism, Racism and Radical Jihadism

Dr. Moshe Kantor, President of the European Jewish Congress (EJC), said that Europe is on the cusp of "a New Dark Ages' during the opening of...

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EJC applauds Romanian bill making the study of Jewish history and the Holocaust mandatory

The European Jewish Congress has welcomed the adoption of a bill in the Romanian Parliament making the study of Jewish history and the Holocaust a mandatory subject in the curricula of high-schools in the country.