This new online interactive tool developed by CEJI and OBC Transeuropa aims at generating a greater understanding of the EU’s policy-making process using anti-discrimination legislation as a case study. The e-learning module highlights the specific role of the European Parliament in this on-going process. This easily accessible educational kit has been updated and the new version is now available here in English and in Italian!
CEJI's Training Coordinator, Stephanie Lecesne will facilitate at a dialogue lunch with youth from different religious and social background on Sunday 9th July 2017 11:30 to 14:30 at 109 Rue Froissart, 1040 Brussels.
The goal of this meeting is to build bridges and to foster understanding in the young generation of divers groups in Brussels. The activity is co-organised by EJCC – European Jewish Community Centre www.ejcc.eu and The Citizen – Almouwatin www.almouwatin.com.
CEJI will hold a two-day awareness workshop on 3rd and 4th July delivered by our training coordinator Stéphanie Lecesne on Overcoming Antisemitism and Islamophobia in French. This is an opportunity for people who have been curious about CEJI’s training approach to experience both of these highly demanded programmes. Participation in both days is required.
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We are excited to announce that CEJI is now member of the International Network Against Cyber Hate (INACH). We are honored to work in synergy with such a committed group of people to combat online hate speech and discrimination.
Join a morning coffee and a lively discussion on the role of Jewish, Muslim and Christian women in a modern world lead by our training coordinator Stéphanie Lecesne. The event is the second session of the Intercultural dialogue for women series and it will take place on 7th May between 10:00-13:00 at the European Jewish Community Centre. If you wish to attend, please register here.