Rising antisemitism in Davos targeting Jewish tourists

Growing number of complaints about the behavior of Jewish tourists in Davos flood Swiss media with antisemitic allegations.

Swiss university seeks Catholic for advanced Jewish studies

A job posting seeking candidates to lead Jewish studies at the Theological Faculty of the University of Lucerne stirred controversy in Switzerland after it specified that applicants must be Catholic.

Swiss Jewish Community calls for a national strategy against antisemitism at the UN

SIG President Ralph Lewin was given the opportunity to address the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva where he presented his view of the situation of the Swiss Jewish community.

The Breslau Rabbinical Seminary collection to be restored by the Swiss Jewish Community

The "Breslau writings", a collection of important books from the rabbinical seminary in Wrocław, which was destroyed in 1938 by the Nazis, are to be restored and made accessible to a wider public by the Swiss Jewish community.

New book about the presence of Jews in French-Speaking Switzerland published by the Swiss Jewish Community

A new book published by the Swiss Jewish Community sheds light on the presence of Jews in French-speaking Switzerland.

Switzerland to build first national memorial honoring Nazi victims

Switzerland's executive body agreed to help pay for the country's first national memorial to honor the six million Jews and other victims of the Holocaust and Nazi persecution.

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