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Jewish News meets Dr Moshe Kantor: ‘The fight against antisemitism has changed direction’

By Stephen Oryszczuk What do the two words ‘antisemitism’ and ‘influence’ bring to mind? Antisemites influencing people to hate Jews? Antisemitism spreading to influence other things...

Jerusalem Report: How can antisemitism be fought in schools?

In as much as Austria appreciates EJC President Dr. Moshe Kantor, Dr. Kantor appreciates Austria, for the giant strides it has made in revitalizing Jewish life, making Jews feel at home in Austria and an integral part of Austrian society, honoring the memories of the victims of the Holocaust, and cracking down on antisemitism.

Jerusalem Post: Yet another honour

"When a Jewish leader is chosen for an award, the first question that comes to mind is whether to accept it or not. For me the answer to this question is whether the Jewish community is content and whether it feels that I have served its interests faithfully. In the case of Austria, I did not hesitate for one second," EJC President Kantor said.

JNS: On 83rd anniversary of Kristallnacht, Austria dedicates new memorial to murdered Jews

On the 83rd anniversary of Kristallnacht and in a clear gesture that it is finally taking public responsibility for its past, the government of Austria unveiled the Shoah Wall of Names Memorial, its first public Holocaust memorial.

Jewish News: EJC presents a vast five-volume academic study on antisemitism

“Thanks to significant efforts around Europe, we are seeing great progress at the political level. Nonetheless, the problem of antisemitism in society is unfortunately getting worse," EJC President Kantor said.

Dr Moshe Kantor: Sweden aims to reverse rising antisemitism

"Recent events have shown that the Swedish government is focusing on and is willing to devote considerable political energy to promoting Holocaust remembrance and combating antisemitism," writes Dr Moshe Kantor in an Op-ed in the Jerusalem Post.

Euractiv: “It is a commitment to the Jews of Europe that we belong and are a vital part of the European future” said EJC...

The new EU Strategy on combating antisemitism and fostering Jewish life consists of three pillars, aimed at preventing all forms of antisemitism; protecting and fostering Jewish life; and promoting research, education and Holocaust remembrance.

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International Holocaust Remembrance Day commemoration 2022

The EJC will host its annual International Holocaust Remembrance Day commemoration on 26 January 2022, in partnership with the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union and the Representative Council of French Jewish Institutions (CRIF).