Raya Kalenova in conversation with the Crif

EJC Executive Vice-President and CEO Raya Kalenova took part in a conversation with the Representative Council of Jewish institutions in France (Crif) on the topic of “The challenges of European Jewish communities after the crisis” on 19 May 2020 at 6pm CET.

Ms. Kalenova was joined by Serge Dahan, treasurer and member of the Crif Executive Board. The conversation took place in French and was broadcast live on Facebook.

Conversation avec … Raya Kalenova,

Raya Kalenova est Vice-Prsidente et CEO du Congrès Juif Européen. Elle est en conversation avec Serge Dahan, Trésorier et Membre du Bureau exécutif du CRIF.

Posted by CRIF on Tuesday, May 19, 2020

You can also watch the conversation here.

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