EJC calls on Israeli government to suspend judicial reform, restore calm and dialogue

The European Jewish Congress expresses its deep concern at the latest developments in Israel and calls upon all sections of Israeli society to restore calm and dialogue.

European Jewish Congress and Conference of European Rabbis call on all parties in Israel to pursue dialogue over conflict

Together with Conference of European Rabbis, we express our deep concern and sadness as we witness the current sharp divisions in Israel and the subsequent threat this has on the unity of the Jewish people and the security of our one Jewish state.

EJC condemns wave of antisemitism directed against Italian opposition leader

The European Jewish Congress strongly condemns the recent wave of antisemitism directed against the newly-elected leader of Italy’s opposition Democratic Party, Elly Schlein.

European Jewish Congress calls on Bulgarian authorities to ban annual neo-Nazi march

The European Jewish Congress has called on Bulgarian officials to once again ban a neo-Nazi march through the nation’s capital, Sofia.

Dr Ariel Muzicant receives full confidence to lead EJC until end of 2024

EJC General Assembly unanimously confirmed the mandate of Dr. Ariel Muzicant as Interim President until the end of 2024, expressing its complete confidence in his leadership. At the same time, EJC and SACC by EJC budget for 2023 and 2024 was confirmed.

EJC stands in solidarity with those affected by the earthquake in Turkey and Syria

The European Jewish Congress extends its deepest condolences and support to the Turkish and Syrian peoples following the devastating earthquake that hit the region on Monday.

European Jewish Congress welcomes new French and Spanish Governments’ Strategies Against Antisemitism

The European Jewish Congress (EJC) welcomes the French and Spanish Government’s adoption and release of its official strategy against antisemitism.

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Events & Meetings

EJC takes part in commemoration marking 80 years since the deportation of Macedonian Jews

The Jewish community in the Republic of North Macedonia held commemoration ceremonies in the cities of Skopje, Bitola and Stip marking the 80th anniversary of the deportation of 7144 Macedonian Jews to the Treblinka death camp.