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A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe

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  • Judaism

    • Rue Amédée Lynen 8, 1210 Brussels, Belgium
  • ceji

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Combat prejudice and discrimination and to promote social cohesion through training, education, dialogue and advocacy.


An international non-profit organisation established in 1991, CEJI stands with individuals and organisations of all religions, cultures and backgrounds to promote a diverse and inclusive Europe.

IRD Activities

  • Overcoming Antisemitism

    The need to confront antisemitism where it exists, and to prevent it from spreading, is therefore an urgent need and a concern for all – Jews and non-Jews – wishing to live in societies that are free from hatred. This training course seeks to develop an understanding that Jewish identity has diverse expressions

  • Overcoming Islamophobia

    Islamophobic attitudes and policies will continue to escalate if not addressed through constructive educational mechanisms. Positive intercultural relations can only be assured by confronting prejudice and discrimination, understanding cultures, respecting individual and collective rights, and facilitating constructive dialogue on shared norms and issues

  • Facilitation Skills

    This module is designed for educators who seek to gain a deeper understanding of their role as facilitators of learning. Participants will develop facilitation skills, gaining techniques, tips and methods for increasing their effectiveness with the groups with whom they work. The course will cover different frameworks and models within which to analyse people's behaviour and help to determine options for intervening in complex situations such as interfaith dialogue

  • Interfaith and Intercultural Dialogue

    Interfaith and intercultural dialogue, which are crucial in fostering this respect, are key aspects of CEJI's work. The dialogue approach is particularly pertinent to relations between Muslim and Jewish communities, which have been greatly affected by the volatile political climate of recent years. Jewish and Muslim people find themselves not only as perceived enemies but also as possible partners with a common religious and historical base and shared experiences of discrimination.

  • Main Focus Countries of Activities

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