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Welcome to the November 2012 edition of CEJI Flash - all of the latest news from CEJI - A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe
CEJI - A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe
Welcome to the November 2012 edition of CEJI Flash.
Just a few weeks ago, in the European Parliament in Brussels, we launched an important piece of research which is the culmination of our award-winning Belieforama religious diversity and anti-discrimination programme. The resulting set of 5 practical recommendations concerns not only European and national governments, but also emphasizes the responsibilities of religious and civil society groups to be more. You can read the policy brief in several languages below.
Also this month, two events in London as part of our Facing Facts! project, which aims to improve hate crime monitoring, and some staff news!
Facing Facts! online survey

Statement in the House of Commons, UK

On the 21 November 2012, in London's House of Commons, we will make a public statement that hate crime affects us all, not just religious, racial and sexual minorities.
The event will be moderated by John Mann MP and speakers include Paul Giannasi, (UK Ministry of Justice), Joanna Perry, (OSCE/ODIHR), Robin Sclafani (CEJI) and Fiyaz Mughal OBE (Tell MAMA).
For more information, contact Melissa.Sonnino@ceji.org
Also in London this month, we are holding the first of our train-the-trainer programmes for NGOs on how to monitor and respond to hate crime from across the spectrum of communities and issues.
Become an accredited Belieforama trainer

Become a Belieforama trainer

If you have completed a Belieforama Religious Diversity and Anti-discrimination training course in recent years, have you thought about completing a self-assessment? Successfully completing a self-assessment means that you can become an accredited Belieforama trainer, facilitator, module designer and/or coach.
And If your portfolio is completed by the end of November 2012 – there is no cost involved.
To find out more, contact Stephanie Lecesne.



Staff News

Last week our Community Affairs Co-ordinator Melissa Sonnino participated in the 5th Pan European Conference of Jewish Community Centers in Marseilles: "[this was] an extremely exciting experience that confirms, once again, how JCCs represent the most vibrant and lively part of  European Jewry nowadays. More than 50 people attended CEJI’s workshops proposed during the conference on confronting prejudices and discriminations within and outsides the JCCs. An inspirational encounter that nourished CEJI’s commitment to actively engage more and more Jewish people with its work to create inclusive environments”. 
Not quite a staff member yet, baby Ailbhe (pronounced Alva) was born on 6 November to happy parents Jonathan (our webmaster) and Caoimhe.
Visit our 'Who we are' section to find out more about our dedicated team, collaborators and executive board.

Read the Belieforama Policy Brief

Belieforama Religion & Belief Diversity Policy recommendations

We are proud to share with you the results of our policy brief "Learning from Experience, Leading to Engagement for a Europe of Religion and Belief Diversity" which was presented in the European Parliament on 18 October 2012.
You can now download the full policy brief, executive summary in 7 languages and the accompanying presentation from the CEJI website.

Welcome aboard to all our new followers...

We are really happy with the recent surge in followers on our CEJI and Belieforama Facebook pages - obviously there are many of you out there who are interested in our work and keeping in touch. There have never been so many ways of doing so, via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr and, of course, by attending one of our events.
If there's a channel you think we've missed out on, let us know
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Visit our Event Calendar

Upcoming events in summary

  • 19 - 23 November: 'Facing Facts!' - 'Train the Trainer' Programme, London, United Kingdom
  • 21 November: Facing Facts! Public Statement on Hate Crime in the House of Commons, London
  • 18 - 23 March 2013: Religious Diversity and Anti-Discrimination Training (English)
  • 5-10 May 2013: Overcoming Antisemitism and Overcoming Islamophobia (French)
  • 9-14 June 2013: Overcoming Antisemitism and Overcoming Islamophobia (English)
Find out more on our Event Calendar.
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