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Published on 10 December 2018

Antisemitism - World Jewish Congress responds to EU findings on rise of antisemitism

“Now, more than ever, it is incumbent upon political leaders to set the tone of what is acceptable discourse in Europe,” said Ron Lauder.
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Published on 28 November 2018

Crif - Antisemitism in Europe : Francis Kalifat in Vienna with the European Jewish Congress

On 20th November, the President of Crif visited Vienna for an international conference on the situation of Europe in the face of anti-Semitism. During his visit he was able to meet with the Austrian President and the Chancellor of the State. Francis Kalifat also attended the Board of Directors of the European Jewish Congress.
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Published on 28 November 2018

Antisemitism - First-ever concrete proposals and recommended legislation to fight antisemitism presented at high level event in Austria

The most comprehensive and detailed proposals and recommendations, including legislative, to combat antisemitism were presented in Vienna few days ago to high-level European officials, including President Alexander van der Bellen and Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, during a conference held by the Austrian Presidency of the European Council.
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Published on 20 November 2018

News - World Jewish Congress brings more than 100 Jewish communities worldwide to UNESCO for unprecedented meeting

The Governing Board of the World Jewish Congress (WJC), comprising nearly 150 presidents of Jewish communities worldwide, held an unprecedented gathering at the headquarters of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in Paris on Monday. During their meeting, the first of its kind at UNESCO, the WJC delegates signed a commitment to the preservation of Holocaust memory and to fighting antisemitism worldwide. Crif President Francis Kalifat was there at the meeting.
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Published on 30 October 2018

Crif/Pittsburgh - Press release after anti-Semitic attack in Pittsburgh

This attack once again underlines that anti-Semitism is an ideological poison and a deadly threat. Crif expresses its solidarity with the families of the victims and wishes for the recovery of the wounded.
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Published on 10 July 2018

#Crif #Delegation - Meeting with Avi Gabbay, President of israeli Labour party, Leader of the Opposition

Last week, President of Crif, as well as members of the Executive Board and regional Crif Presidents, went on an official trip to Israel. On the agenda, meetings with political leaders, from the majority and the opposition, with the representatives of the Olim de France, and with people from civil society. Let's discover the meetings of the official Crif journey.
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Published on 3 July 2018

#Crif #Delegation - Official travel of Crif delagation to Israel: meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Last week, President of Crif, as well as members of the Executive Board and regional Crif Presidents, went on an official trip to Israel. On the agenda, meetings with political leaders, from the majority and the opposition, with the representatives of the Olim de France, and with people from civil society. Let's discover the meetings of the official Crif journey.
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Published on 3 July 2018

#Crif #Delegation - Meeting with Olga Deutsch, from NGO Monitor

Last week, President of Crif, as well as members of the Executive Board and regional Crif Presidents, went on an official trip to Israel. On the agenda, meetings with political leaders, from the majority and the opposition, with the representatives of the Olim de France, and with people from civil society. Let's discover the meetings of the official Crif journey.
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Published on 15 June 2018

#Crif - Press release following the decision to rename a street "Nakba Lane" in Paris suburb

On June 12th, Crif learnt about the inauguration of a new street name called Nakba Lane by the mayor of the city of Bezons. The street sign was accompanied with a second inscription in Arabic, as well as with a comment specifically qualifying David Ben Gurion of "war crimes". The President of Crif, Francis Kalifat immediately got in touch with the Chief of Staff of the Home Secretary. The latter contacted the Prefect of the Val-d'Oise department who sent a letter to the mayor of Bezons. The withdrawal of street sign was handled by the police forces who removed it in the afternoon.
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Published on 11 June 2018

#Opinion - The Emergence of the New-Left and its role in the rise of Antisemitism

By Ari Gold, student in History, Politics and Economics

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