‘Combating antisemitism in the EU is a shared responsibility; it requires joint efforts and action at every level. EU institutions and agencies, Member States, international organisations, Jewish organisations and communities, and human rights and civil society actors all have a role to play in achieving the strategy’s objectives.’
- EU Strategy on combating antisemitism and fostering Jewish life
On 16 and 17 November 2022, the European Commission will organise a ‘Civil Society Forum on combating antisemitism and fostering Jewish life’ that aims to ‘bring together representatives from the Commission and Jewish communities, civil society and other stakeholders to create links and maximise the effect of joint actions and EU funding’.
The Commission aims to enhance active cooperation with and among the civil society and provide more information on how they can access financial support for initiatives in all areas covered by the EU Antisemitism Strategy.
The Civil Society Forum will bring together representatives of European and International Jewish and non-Jewish organisation, representatives of EU Member State authorities, EU Institutions officials, experts in tech, IT, research, advocacy, security etc. to build bridges among these various fields of civil society, promote dialogue, create synergies, grant access to information and inspire towards cooperation on new joint initiatives advancing towards a European society free of antisemitism where Jewish life prospers.
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