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Crif - Minister Isabelle Rome tells about the French National Plan to Combat Racism, Antisemitism and Origin-Based Discrimination

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03 February 2023
Monday, January 30, 2023, French Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne presented the French National Plan to Combat Racism, Antisemitism and Origin-Based Discrimination for the period from 2023 to 2026, in the presence of Isabelle Rome, Minister Delegate in charge of Equality between women and men, Diversity and Equal Opportunities, and ten other members of the Government. On this occasion, we interviewed Isabelle Rome on the development of this three-year plan, its priority measures and the expected results.

Lest We Forget - N’oublions pas - 42 photographs of French Holocaust survivors on the Luxembourg garden fences

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18 July 2022
To commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Vel d’Hiv Roundup, the Representative Council of French Jewish Institutions (Crif) decided to launch an unprecedented project on an exceptional scale to reflect the importance of this tragic event in the history of the Holocaust in France.

Crif Dinner - The highlights of the 36th Crif Dinner

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01 March 2022
On Thursday February 24, 2022, the 36th Crif Dinner was held in the presence of Prime Minister Jean Castex, representing the French President of the Republic. Here are the highlights.

Crif Dinner - The highlights of the 36th Crif Dinner (PHOTOS)

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01 March 2022
On Thursday February 24, 2022, the 36th Crif Dinner was held in the presence of Prime Minister Jean Castex, representing the French President of the Republic. Here are the highlights in fews photos!

Crif - Who is Crif President Francis Kalifat?

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23 February 2022
You know his name, you know his face, but what do you really know about Francis Kalifat, the current President of Crif?

Crif - The incomprehensible French vote at the UN denying connection between the Temple Mount and Judaism

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22 December 2021
Crif President Francis Kalifat strongly reacted and described this vote as "incomprehensible and unacceptable".

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