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.

Is Anti-Semitism on the Rise in Europe? podast of BBC broadcast featuring CEJI

World Have Your Say

Robin Sclafani on 'World Have Your Say'

Photo taken during the recording of the BBC World Service's 'World Have Your Say' programme broadcast live from Brussels on 9 December. The topic was 'The rise of anti-semitism in Europe', the location was the Centre Communautaire Laic-Juif in Brussels, Belgium.

Special edition of BBC World Service's 'World Have Your Say' programme with CEJI

BBC World Service's World Have Your Say

On Tuesday 9 December, CEJI director Robin Sclafani will take part in a live broadcast of World Have Your Say, aired by the BBC World Service radio, from 19.00 to 20.00 CET to a global audience. Joining the programme, among others, is Prof Maurice Sosnowski, one of Belgium’s most prominent Jewish voices. The programme will look at the topic of anti-Semitism in Europe. Listen live to the broadcast through the BBC website: World Have Your Say.

CEJI featured in Italian current affairs magazine 'Internazionale'


The widely circulated New York Times articled that featured CEJI (Europe's Anti-Semitism Comes Out of the Shadows) has been republished in Italian current affairs magazine Internazionale with a number of related articles.

Brussels, God and the EU

Antenne, by The Grail

Brussels is the EU. But what has the EU got to do with God? In an article entitled 'Brussels, God and the EU', journalist Elisa Rheinheim-Chabbi reported (Publik Forum) on the representatives of religious and faith communities in Brussels and their efforts to influence EU policy. A new article, with a similar title, featuring CEJI director Robin Sclafani, appears in 'Antenne', a publication from The Grail – an International Women’s Movement (in German).

Happy International Day for Tolerance

Happy International Day for Tolerance. The Golden Rule (c) UN Photo/Milton Grant. Used with permission

Today, 16 November, marks International Day for Tolerance.
In 1996, the UN General Assembly (by resolution 51/95) invited UN Member States to observe the International Day for Tolerance on 16 November, with activities directed towards both educational establishments and the wider public.
This action followed on the United Nations Year for Tolerance, 1995, proclaimed by the UN General Assembly in 1993 at the initiative of UNESCO, as outlined in the Declaration of Principles on Tolerance and Follow-up Plan of Action for the Year.

Upcoming activities

Confronter l’antisémitisme et l’islamophobie

Confronter l’antisémitisme et l’islamophobie

| 22/03/2015 (All day) | Amsterdam
A Classroom of Difference (TM)

A Classroom of Difference

| 10/05/2015 (All day) | Prague, Czech Republic
Reconciling Religion, Gender & Sexual Orientation

Reconciling Religion, Gender & Sexual Orientation

| 17/05/2015 (All day) | Brussels, Belgium
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