For its 10th edition, Crif National Convention has offered dozens of conferences and round tables around the theme "A divided France: can we gather against antisemitism?".
The 10th Crif National Convention was held Sunday, November 17, at the Convention Center in Paris. Almost 1,500 people attended the event.
Dozens of conference-debates and workshops were held all day around the theme "A divided France: can we gather against antisemitism?". Top experts, journalists, researchers, historians, politicians debated and hosted the different meetings of the day.
Two plenary sessions rythmed this day. The first one began with a speech by Valérie Pécresse, President of the Council of Paris Region.
Jean-Michel Blanquer, Minister of National Education, also gave a speech. The discussion was then moderated by Yves Thréard, deputy Editor of Le Figaro who interviewed the guests of a session called "France, one and divisible?". Jean-Michel Blanquer, Minister of National Education, Jérôme Fourquet, Director of the Opinion and Business Strategies Department of the IFOP polling institute, and Martin Hirsch, Director General of the APHP, have each brilliantly offered their point of view on the subject.
The second plenary closed the day with the speeches of Anne Hidalgo, Mayor of Paris, Francis Kalifat, President of Crif and Christophe Castaner, Minister of the Interior. We also had the pleasure to welcome Boris Cyrulnik, neuropsychiatrist, for a discussion led by Alexis Lacroix, Editorial Director of Judaïques FM and RadioJ.
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