I would like to express my gratitude and deep admiration for your work in the European Day of Jewish Culture
Luxembourg, September 5, 2017
Dear friends, coordinators,
On behalf of the AEPJ Board, I would like to express my gratitude and deep admiration for your work in the European Day of Jewish Culture. Both those who have already finished their work, and those who are about to perform their activities.
This project, already in its 18th edition,, is a window into European society of what Jewish culture represents, with a considerable impact. Last year, more than 169,000 people participated in this real pan-European project, in activities proposed by museums, cultural centers, municipalities, Jewish communities and heritage institutions. Behind these numbers, there is a great effort on the part of all the coordinators. The phenomenal success of the European Day of Jewish Culture is a reflection of the ever-increasing dedication and enthusiasm you display on a continual basis.
All together, we make Jewish culture in Europe live an incredible renaissance. The production of the European Day of Jewish Culture helps to offer a very interesting meeting space, promoting dialogue and coexistence, of which we are very proud. And we know very well, that events like this would cease to exist if it wasn?t for the dedication, hard work, and significant amount of time given by you.
We look forward to working with you again soon. If you have any comments, suggestions, or feedback, please feel free to contact us at any time.
With sincere gratitude and appreciation,
François Moyse, President of the AEPJ