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Press release - Covid-19: Crif postpones its annual Dinner

13 March 2020
Few days ago, given the exceptional health situation in our country, the President of the French Republic Emmanuel Macron had to cancel his participation in the 35th Crif Dinner scheduled for Tuesday, March 3, 2020. Under these conditions, President of Crif Francis Kalifat announced the postponement of Crif 2020 Dinner.

Crif - What exactly does Crif?

02 March 2020
Fighting antisemitism and hatred, preserving the Holocaust remembrance, fully supporting the State of Israel in its sustainability and in its security... Learn about the missions and actions of the Representative Council of Jewish institutions in France (Crif).

Crif - Crif publishes first results of its Online Hate Speech Observatory

21 February 2020
For several months, Crif has been working on setting up an Online Hate Speech Observatory in order to quantify hate contents over the Internet, in France.

Crif - WJC affiliate in France teams up with Shoah Memorial to teach students about the Holocaust

19 February 2020
The Representative Council of Jews of France (Crif), an affiliate of the World Jewish Congress, partnered with the Shoah Memorial to organize a visit for students from Seine-Saint-Denis - a French department northeast of Paris - to the memorial late last month.

Auschwitz 75 - President Emmanuel Macron inaugurates the renovated Paris Wall of names

05 February 2020
75 years ago, on January 27, 1945, the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp was liberated by the Red army. As a symbol, the Paris Shoah Memorial chose to inaugurate the renovated Wall of Names. An official ceremony took place in the presence of the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron. Crif President Francis Kalifat was among the distinguished guests.

Auschwitz 75 - Official international ceremony in the former nazi camp

04 February 2020
This morning of January 27, 2020, the biting cold of Upper Silesia was hitting everyone of us. No matter the temperature, the hearts of the members of the World Jewish Congress (WJC) delegation were full of warmth. Surrounded by 200 survivors of the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp, we lived the historic day of the 75th anniversary of the Liberation of the former Nazi camp.