EDJC 2019 poster is now available!
For people who already participate in the European Day of Jewish Culture, as well as those who are new, or those who still thinking to join this fantastic project, the Poster 2019 is now available. + Read more
EDJC 2019 stamp is now available! Style sheet: EDJC 2019 Stamp
This is the official stamp of EDJC 2019 (20th Anniversary). It must be
used in your institutional communicatinos or in your promotional
documents (posters, brochures, letters, etc.) from today until 31th
December 2019. The stamp must be appear in the upper right-hand corner
of all documents. For the printing applications, it is recommended to
use the brown ink (Pantone 471) as a direct ink. Download the EDJC 2019 Stamp here
Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe: 2018 Activity Report
The EPA Secretariat has presented the release of the 2018 Activity Report of the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe Programme, prepared in cooperation with the European Institute of Cultural Routes.+ Read more
European meeting of coordinators of the European Days of Jewish Culture/ AEPJ General Assembly (28-29 March, 2019)
We are pleased to inform you that next March, the AEPJ will celebrate in Tbilisi, Georgia, the European meeting of coordinators of the European Days of Jewish Culture and the annual General Assembly of our Association, in collaboration with Israeli House and Ministry of Culture of Georgia. It is a pleasure to invite you.+ Read more
General Assembly of the AEPJ. March 27 and 28, 2019- Tbilisi, Georgia
This year will be the 20th anniversary of the European Days of Jewish Culture. The project enters its adult life thanks to the work, commitment and effort of many volunteers and coordinators. As usual, an open meeting of coordinators is organized every two years to review progress, evaluate and, of course, think about the future. Define the lines of work and the central themes for the next editions... + Read more
“We are creating new ways to be Jewish”.Mexico City has a dynamic and creative Jewish community. Rebecca Taylor meets some of its cultural movers and shakers. + Access to the full-text article
The #ParallelTraces project website is almost ready! We have worked hard to create a new, dynamic, intuitive and fresh internet site that may reflect the main project objective: to offer a renewed look at the significance of #JewishHeritage. Stay tuned for more news! Visit us!
Do let us know if you’re organizing a Jewish cultural event in your city; we would love to include it in the next newsletter.