More than 300 secondary school teachers across Belgium attend our cultural and religious diversity courses

Overcoming Antisemitism / Overcoming Islamophobia

Between November 2015 and March 2016, CEJI has given more than 20 training courses on various topics such as 'Understanding and managing cultural diversity in my class and my professional practice', 'Better understanding Judaism and contemporary manifestations of anti-Semitism' and 'Understanding Islam and contemporary manifestations of Islamophobia'. These training courses have so far taken place in Hainault, Namur, Liege, Luxembourg province and Brussels. The final training course of our six month journey across Belgium took place towards the end of March at the Athénée Royal d'Ixelles, closing a cycle that brought together more than 300 secondary school teachers since we began back in November 2015.

Lifting our voices: reconciling religion, gender and sexual orientation

  • Posted on: 4 April 2016
  • By: admin
Robin Sclafani, Director of CEJI-A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe and Vice Chair of the European Network on Religion and Belief (ENORB). Like so many people who are committed to LGBTI rights and to freedom of religion, it is painful to experience the opposition or hostility which can sometimes be expressed between groups that advocate exclusively for one or the other freedom. Inclusive societies must include all our diversities, and human rights for one group cannot be at the expense of another group. It is only within this all-encompassing paradigm that we will ever achieve true equality for all...

Europa vandaag is nazi-Duitsland niet | De Standaard

  • Posted on: 7 March 2016
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Berlijn 1933; ‘Moslims worden nu niet gediscrimineerd als Joden onder rijkskanselier Hitler.’ belga
12 februari 2016 | Ronny Naftaniel

Zeker, ze worden vaak als zondebok beschouwd, maar nog geen enkel Europees land heeft rassenwetten ingevoerd om moslims te discrimineren. Dat Rachida Aziz hun positie vergelijkt met die van de Joden ‘van voor de oorlog’, vindt Ronny Naftaniel dan ook onbegrijpelijk.

Berlijn 1933; ‘Moslims worden nu niet gediscrimineerd als Joden onder rijkskanselier Hitler.’ belga

Wie? Vicevoorzitter van CEJI, ‘Joodse bijdrage tot een inclusief Europa’.

CEJI's intervention at Roundtable on Antisemitism and Anti-Muslim Hatred at the European Parliament

  • Posted on: 3 March 2016
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Robin (CEJI) and Mike (The CST) at ARDI event in EP

February 16, 2016, Brussels. Intervention by Robin Sclafani, CEJI Director on the occasion of the Roundtable on Antisemitism and Anti-Muslim Hatred organized by the Anti-Racism and Diversity Intergroup and the Working Group on Antisemitism at the European Parliament.

9 February: Kol Europe #13 is now out!

9 February: Kol Europe #13 is now out!

Welcome to the 13th edition of 'Kol Europe', the only news bulletin dedicated to European policy news for Jewish communities, brought to you by CEJI - A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe.

The "voice of Europe" focuses on the latest policy and institutional developments that can have an impact on the creation of an inclusive Europe where Jews and everyone can live securely to their fullest potential. In this edition we bring you news on Countering Antisemitism and Extremism in France, the launch of ARDI, European Remembrance 2016, & more...