European Days of Jewish Culture

European Days of Jewish Culture 2021: Dialogue

Date: Sunday September 5th, 2021. However, in several countries events and activities are being planned before and after this date.

In this new year 2021, we are once again getting down to work to organise what we believe will be one of the most ambitious editions of the European Days of Jewish Culture. This year, our festival is framed within the context of the European project NOA (Networks Overcoming Antisemitism). It is under this umbrella, and with the intention of disseminating and promoting positive narratives that highlight the contribution of European Jewry to a more pluralistic and inclusive Europe, that the theme for this year's edition will be:


This year the European Days of Jewish Culture will take place under the umbrella of the NOA project (Networks Overcoming Antisemitism), promoting the creation of positive narratives around Jewish culture in Europe. To learn more about the NOA project, please watch this video:

Information for coordinators and participating institutions:

Please follow the steps below in order to organise a European Days of Jewish Culture 2021 activity and be featured in the official programme:

1. Subscribe to the coordinators' newsletter

To keep up to date with organisational news from the EDJC2021 please subscribe to the following form if you haven't already done so:

2. Download the practical information kit

Download this dossier full of ideas and suggestions on how to run a dialogue activity around Jewish culture and get inspired to organise your activity.

3. Watch the recordings of the Coordinators' Meeting

If you missed the Coordinators' Meeting in February 2021, you can re-watch the recordings of the sessions you find most useful by clicking on this link:

4. Download the graphic materials

If you are ready to organise your activity, download the logos, posters and banners and edit them according to your needs to promote the event locally.

Please download the logos and posters by copying and pasting this URL in your browser:

5. Submit your activity

If you already have your activity planned, please send us your details so that we can promote it at European level and give it all the visibility it deserves. Do it by filling in the following form:

6. Spread the word!

IA press release is available for you to send to your local media to disseminate your activities as part of the European Days of Jewish Heritage festival. In the downloadable folder below you will find a PDF and a Word version for you to translate and modify according to your local needs.

Please download the press release by copying and pasting this URL in your browser:

7. Apply for a Printing Grant

The AEPJ will award a maximum of 70 grants of €500.00 each for the purpose of printing the exhibitions and materials developed by the National Library of Israel. Find all the information in this link:

For any question, please contact the EDJC team at

EDJC 2021 In partnership with the NOA project
and the National Library of Israel.
This edition of the festival is partially funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020).
The content of this page represents the views of the author only and is his/her sole responsibility. The European Commission does not accept any responsibility for use that may be made of the information it contains.

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