Ljubljana Jewish centre vandalised with antisemitic tags

The Jewish Community Centre and Theater in Ljubljana, Slovenia is the latest building across the world to be defaced with antisemitic signs.

First permanent Holocaust exhibition opened in Ljubljana

The exhibition was created in collaboration with the Ljubljana Jewish Cultural Center and the Ljubljana City Museum.

European Days of Jewish Culture opens in Slovenia

Slovenia will celebrate the European Days of Jewish Culture in the northeast of the country. This year the events focus on the theme of renewal.

New synagogue inaugurated in Ljubljana

A new synagogue was inaugurated in Ljubljana  with a moving and solemn event marked by the participation of the President of the Slovenian Republic Borut Pahor and of numerous representatives of religious institutions and communities.

Slovenian PM publishes tweet with antisemitic connotations

The European Union reiterated that antisemitism has no place in the EU after Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša published a tweet making implicit reference to antisemitic conspiracy myths.

Shared Jewish heritage and values unite Nova Gorica and Gorizia, joint European Capital of Culture 2025

With the Slovenian city of Nova Gorica and the Italian city Gorizia becoming the joint European Capital of Culture in 2025, their shared Jewish heritage is set to play an important role.

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