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.

Upcoming activities

Reconciling Religion, Gender and Sexual Orientation

Reconciling Religion, Gender and Sexual Orientation

| 12/06/2014 (All day) | Brussels
Religious Diversity & Anti-discrimination

Diversité des croyances et des valeurs

| 19/06/2014 (All day) | Bruxelles
Religious Diversity and Anti-discrimination

Religious Diversity and Anti-Discrimination

| 06/07/2014 (All day) | Budapest


Joint Press Statement: International Roma Day: Strong call for solidarity ahead of European elections

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Brussels, 8 April 2014 – Roma across Europe continue to be the victims of racist attacks, widespread discrimination and hate speech. Today, on International Roma Day, anti-racist organisations (1) are seriously concerned about the prevalence of anti-Gypsyism, and pledge to join forces to curb racism and hate speech ahead of the European elections.

Confronter l'antisémitisme

Confronter l'antisémitisme Nous sommes heureux de vous annoncer une nouvelle atelier en français sur la thématique "confronter l'antisémitisme" à Bruxelles, le 10 avril 2014

Confronter l'islamophobie

Confronter l'islamophobie Nous sommes heureux de vous annoncer une nouvelle formation en français sur la thématique "confronter l'islamophobie" à Bruxelles, le 17 avril 2014

Europe-wide project 'Facing Facts!' says key to tackling rising hate crime in EU is proper monitoring and training

Footage secretly filmed by the victim's family. Photograph: Cavendish Press

Brussels 28 March 2014 – Hate crime is rising in the EU (1), and it is not just about racism. Earlier this week, video footage emerged of two care assistants in the UK’s Greater Manchester area abusing a brain-damaged patient that they were paid to care for. The carers were filmed abusing and swearing at the patient, and have pleaded guilty. The Quality Care Commission’s most recent inspection, last month, found the hospital to be meeting national standards. (2)

EC extends Mobility Grant deadline to midday CET 24 March

Message from the European Commission: "Following the difficulties that applicant organisations have been experiencing [...] the deadline of 17 March [...] has been postponed until 24 March 12:00 midday (Brussels time). So you still have time to apply for a Mobility Grant to attend one of our upcoming 5-day training courses...


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