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. CEJI works to combat prejudice and discrimination and to promote social cohesion through training, education, dialogue and advocacy.

 

  • A leading provider of diversity education and training in Europe, CEJI works through ever-growing networks to offer a constructive response to prejudice and discrimination.
  • Contributing innovative ideas to policy-making processes dealing with anti-discrimination and social inclusion, CEJI actively advocates for policies promoting a diverse and inclusive Europe.
  • A Jewish voice at a European level, CEJI facilitates Jewish participation in European affairs, gaining recognition for Jewish experiences and concerns and empowering Jewish organisations to become more internationally and interculturally active.

 

There is demonstrable impact that CEJI is a thought leader in the field in which it operates and that it is regarded highly by others in the field.

Read the article A Jewish education approach to religious pluralism written by CEJI Director Robin Sclafani, as published in “Religious Literacy, Law and History: Perspectives on European Pluralist Societies”.

Read the article on Fighting hate speech is a duty for Jews written by Melissa Sonnino, Facing Facts Coordinator at CEJI, published on the blog of Times of Israel.