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.

CEJI on ODIHR expert group behind new practical guide for hate crime monitoring and data collection

The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) has just published 'Hate Crime Data-Collection and Monitoring Mechanisms. A Practical Guide.'
To develop the guide, ODIHR established an expert group made up of officials from Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Kazakhstan, Poland, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States, as well as specialists from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), ECRI, FRA, Human Rights First and CEJI - A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe.

CEJI contributes to Jewish-Muslim understanding conference in the European Parliament

A conference to tackle islamophobia and antisemitism in Europe was organised by the FFEU (Foundation for Ethnic Understanding) and hosted by the British MEP Afzal Khan at the European Parliament. The conference with religious leaders and representatives from civil society organisations took place in Brussels on 29 September. The conference was welcomed by CEJI - A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe and featured CEJI Board Member Ronny Naftaniel (pictured, 3rd from left) and our training co-ordinator Stéphanie Lecesne.

CEJI director interviewed on Belgian television | TeleBruxelles

CEJI director interviewed on Tele Bruxelles

In the wake of this week's article in the New York Times (Europe's Anti-Semitism Comes Out Of The Shadows), in which CEJI was quoted, our Director Robin Sclafani is interviewed on TeleBruxelles.

Europe’s Anti-Semitism Comes Out of the Shadows | New York Times

Front page of New York Times Wed Sep 24 2014

CEJI is today quoted in a front page New York Times article entitled "Europe’s Anti-Semitism Comes Out of the Shadows". It's a depressing, if realistic, overview.

Antisemitism strikes at the heart of the European Union | EurActiv

New members of the European Parliament need to break the cycle of antisemitism in the European Union, writes Robin Sclafani.  Robin Sclafani is director of CEJI-A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe. CEJI is a long-term member of the European Network Against Racism.  The European Union was set up with the aim of ending the frequent and bloody wars between neighbours, reeling from the shock of what conspired in the Holocaust during World War II.   As the new European Parliament and European Commission

Published on EurActiv.com on 25 August 2014: New members of the European Parliament need to break the cycle of antisemitism in the European Union, writes Robin Sclafani....

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Confronting Discrimination: Taking Action

Taking Action

| 04/11/2014 (All day) | Brussels
Reconciling Religion, Gender & Sexual Orientation

Reconciling Religion, Gender & Sexual Orientation

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