'Learning from Experience, Leading to Engagement for a Europe of Religion and Belief Diversity' Presented in the European Parliament on 18 Oct 2012
We are proud to share with you the results of our Belieforama Policy Brief 'Learning from Experience, Leading to Engagement for a Europe of Religion and Belief Diversity' which we presented in the European Parliament on 18 Oct 2012. The Executive Summary is available in 7 langauges.
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We are a leading provider of education and training opportunities that develop respect for diversity and the skills to succeed in a multicultural Europe. We offer a wide range of programmes through well-functioning, self-sustainable national and European structures.
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We lead a network of international partners in developing educational processes and training materials to inspire personal, organisational and social commitment to issues of religion and belief.
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The Diversity Tour offers the opportunity to Jewish Communities in Europe to deal with diversity in a proactive way through a one day workshop on topics related to diversity issues and intercultural relations.
CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe stands with people of all backgrounds to promote a Europe of diversity and respect. A Jewish voice at European level, our activities include delivering diversity education, enhancing interfaith and intercultural dialogue, while advocating in the EU against antisemitism and discrimination of all kinds.
The Diversity Tour is a training programme that travels to Jewish communities around Europe to identify needs and activities for improving local intercultural relations. Our latest workshop in Serbia attracted 26 participants and was organized by CEJI in partnership with Haver Informal Jewish Educational Public Benefit Foundation Budapest and the new established Haver Serbia.
We would like to congratulate Ronny Naftaniel, Executive Vice Chairperson of CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, on receiving the Hebrew University’s ‘Scopus Award’. Presenting the award on Monday 13 May was the university’s rector, Asher Cohen, who said the award is given “rarely and irregularly” and conferred once or twice a year in Europe.
Brussels 22 March Facing Facts!, an EU-funded project led by an international consortium of partners, gives a major boost to civil society organisations combatting hate crime in Europe through new research, practical guidelines and an unique training programme.
Part of a series of videos to mark the launch of ENAR's publication 'Recycling Hatred: Racism(s) in Europe Today' on 7 March, CEJI Director Robin Sclafani talks about racist crimes in Europe
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CEJI, AGBU, EUJS and IBUKA enthusiastically welcome the first European Day for the Commemoration of the Righteous, on March 6, 2013. The Righteous are those people who chose humanity over hatred. They put their lives at risk to save those people who were targeted by mass murder and genocide, and thus they "interrupted, by their unexpected action, the chain of evil".