PUBLICATIONS

For 25 years, CEJI has been helping to create an inclusive and democratic Europe where people enjoy their full potential with all their diversity. Read our 25th anniversary brochure covering our...

From September 2015 to July 2016, Get the Trolls Out! countered antisemitic speech in Europe through creative education, inclusive journalism, satire, and fact-based messages. How did we...

Free sample from 'Generate' – the new CEJI 'train-the-trainer' programme for a Jewish life based on everyone’s contribution.

In these guidelines, we look at the origins of the word 'antisemitism' and examine other terms and working definitions. We also give concrete examples of antisemitism, and compare criticism of...

Cette activité est conçue dans le but d’aider les participants à identifier et à découvrir toute une gamme de rituels det pratiques qui marquent les différentes étapes de la vie d’une personne...

Cette activité a été conçue pour aider les participants à identifier et étudier la série de rituels et de pratiques qui peuvent faire partie des événements de la vie d’un musulman ou d’une famille...

Building on the success of the past four years, Facing Facts!, the innovative programme aiming to tackle the issue of hate crime in Europe, hosted the Facing Facts Forward...

Guidelines and Considerations for Policy Makers and Practitioners.
Emerging from a study on ‘Citizenship Education for Diversity : Best Practices & Recommendations’ in Belgium, England,...

Les attentats de Paris qui ont eu lieu en janvier 2015 ont été très perturbants pour les adultes. Ils sont d’autant plus effrayants et confus pour les enfants qui sont probablement confrontés à...

Lignes Directrices et Considerations à l’Usage des Decideurs et des Praticiens.
Inspirées de l’étude ‘Education citoyenne à la diversité : Bonnes pratiques et recommandations’ réalisée en...

The January 2015 attacks in Paris have been troubling enough for adults to deal with; the effect on children can be just as scary and confusing. They may be hearing a variety of opinions, often...

In order to achieve a better understanding of the organisations we are working with, we administered an online survey for which we have received responses from 30 organisations.

More than 8,000 multipliers have been trained over the last 15 years with CEJI’s programmes, impacting an unquantifiable number of youth and adults in formal and non-formal education contexts....

Diversity is a source of immense economic value. If not managed effectively it may bring an organisation to its knees. Find out more about the diversity training we offer for companies.

CEJI inspires, engages, trains and supports change agents in Europe to create inclusive environments in which people can enjoy their full potential with all their diversity. Find out more about...

La diversité socio-culturelle existe dans de nombreuses formes et en tous lieux. Elle peut être une source de tensions ou une source de force: pour les individus, les organisations, les quartiers...

Socio-cultural diversity exists in many forms and in all places. It can be a source of tensions or it can be a source of strength: for individuals, organisations, neighborhoods and society as a...

The Belieforama snapshots are case studies – stories of change – showing how individuals from all walks of life integrate the learning from Religious Diversity and Anti-Discrimination training...

In order to understand the extent to which data on hate crime is collected by state actors and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), research needed to be done on the matter. This was the basis...

Collecting data, analysing it and reporting on hate crime can provide communities and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) with a powerful tool with which to present their concerns to government,...

A Policy Brief Document for the European Institutions and Civil Society Groups launched at a seminar at the European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium (18 October 2012)

A Policy Brief Document for the European Institutions and Civil Society Groups (Executive Summary in 7 Languages)
We are proud to share with you the results of our policy brief "Learning...

CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe stands with people of all backgrounds to promote a Europe of diversity and respect. A Jewish voice at European level, our activities include...

Religious diversity and the challenges of constructing an inclusive European public space. Intervention by Robin Sclafani, Director of CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, at the...

Report from the 'Religion and Gender in Migration' conference held in Koycegiz, Turkey, from 6-11 May 2011.

Schools around Europe face new challenges as a microcosm and reflection of social issues, changing populations, and intercultural tensions. Today’s multiculturalism offers richness and promises...

Information about our work in the field of advocacy.

Information about our award-winning Religious Diversity and Anti-discrimination training programme.

In the context of both the incredible diversity of the societies in which we now live and the volatile political situation of the last few years, there have been renewed levels of tensions between...

OSCE High-Level Conference on Tolerance and Non-Discrimination. Civil Society Roundtable, “Promoting Mutual Respect and Understanding”

CEJI Policy Response: Proposal for an Equality Directive

The E-Valorisation of Religious Diversity Training (E-Valored). This is an Executive Summary of the External Evaluation Report.

This evaluation of the outcomes and impacts of the “School Community Approach”programme (SCA) was undertaken by the EIESP for CEJI and focused on the implementationof the programme in five schools...

Education Citoyenne a la Diversité - Lignes Directrices et Considerations a l’Usage des Decideurset des Practiciens.

Guidelines and considerations for policy makers and practitioners emerging from a study on ‘Citizenship Education for Diversity : Best Practices & Recommendations’ in Belgium, England, France...

CEJI/ECJC ‘European Encounters - Strengthening Jewish Organisations in Central and Eastern Europe’ Fundraising Guide (Second Edition), May 2006.