The Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Bulgaria jointly with the European Jewish Association are organizing an International Conference on STOP HATE SPEECH, which will be held on 5thand 6th December, 2022 in Sofia.

Such an event is being held for the first time in our country and it will be attended by Prosecutors General and supreme prosecutors from states of the European Union and the region, senior clerics of various religions, representatives of state institutions, non-governmental organizations, academic society, human rights defenders and civil activists. The main goal […]

EU Commissioner: ‘EU taxpayers’ money should not be used to fund antisemitic activities and incitement to hatred’,

While European Commissionner for Neighbourjhood Policy Oliver Várhelyi, told a conference in Brussels on Tuesday that EU taxpayers’ money should not be used to fund antisemitic activities and incitement to hatred, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced on the same day that that EU funds for Palestine would be unlocked after “difficulties” were […]

HUMANITARIAN CRISIS IN UKRAINE: CURRENT EU EFFORTS AND THE ISRAELI EXPERIENCE

HUMANITARIAN CRISIS IN UKRAINE: CURRENT EU EFFORTS AND THE ISRAELI EXPERIENCE European Parliament, Brussels (room tbc) Tuesday 14 June 2022 at 14:00 (CEST) MEP Antonio Lopez-IstOriz White is the Chair of the European Parliament Delegation for Relations with Israel and the Secretary General of EPP, European People’s Party. MEP Bert-Jan Ruissen is the Vice-Chair of […]

European Jewish Association ANNUAL CONFERENCE

FREEDOM TO LIVE. FREEDOM FROM HATE. FREEDOM TO THRIVE. 20 – 21 June 2022 Budapest ej a i Ezz…b. We are honoured to invite you as our distinguished guest to the rescheduled EJA’s Annual Conference for Jewish Leaders. We have much to discuss. Much work to do. We would be delighted to have you with […]

EJA Mega Passover Project:

Pesach is approaching and we are happy to announce that our Matzah Handout for the community has begun.

2,000 people participate in the ‘Never again, Thessaloniki – Auschwitz’ march

To commemorate the first deportation train with 2,800 Jews from Thessaloniki, 79 years ago, the Jewish Community together with the Municipality, the European March of the Living Network and three local universities organized this Sunday, a joint silent memorial march. More than 2,000 people led by the Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulo, the European Commission Vice-President Margaritis Schinas, […]