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.
CEJI is proud to be a partner for the exhibition Dessins Assassins / Heinous cartoons or the antisemitic corrosion in Europe, which opened on 22nd March at the Memorial of Caen in France. Over 120 documents and artifacts – French, German, Russian, Ukrainian and Hungarian posters; postcards; antisemitic artifacts; newspaper headlines; children or adult books; newspapers, leaflets- are, for the first time, displayed at the Caen Mémorial Museum.
During the 1st Jewish-Arab Festival in Molenbeek, our Training Coordinator Stephanie Lecesne will hold a workshop on Jewish cuisine. Baking challah in a bag and sharing the receipe of babaganush will also be part of The cuisine of Babel program on 12th March starting from 1 pm. The workshop will be in French. For more information, click here.
Discover two free CEJI activities online which we produced for Ceci n'est pas une Crise in Belgium - one on how to get in touch with your anger for positive social change and another on diagnosing what is "sick" in society. These are the first two of five activities to be released this winter 2017, in French.