PARIS, FRANCE – The European Days of Jewish Culture Organisers and Coordinators Meeting 2023 is just around the corner, and we are eager to meet with all of the participants in the beautiful city of Paris.
Organised by the European Association for the Preservation and Promotion of Jewish Culture and Heritage (AEPJ), this year’s meeting will focus on the theme of memory. The talks will cover topics such as the politics of memory in Europe, evaluating the role of Jewish museums, and translating Yiddish literature for a Polish audience. During the meeting, attendees will have the opportunity to network and exchange ideas on how to create innovative and engaging activities that promote Jewish culture and heritage. The event will feature workshops, talks, and discussions with keynote speakers from all over Europe, and it will include a special event at the UNESCO headquarters.
Some of the speakers on the program include Philippe Boukara from the Memorial de la Shoah, Ana Milosevic from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leon Saltiel from the World Jewish Congress, and Caron Sethill and Olga Lempert from the National Library of Israel.
The EDJC Organisers and Coordinators Meeting 2023 promises to be a unique and thought-provoking event. The European Days of Jewish Culture is a significant cultural event that celebrates the richness and diversity of Jewish heritage and culture throughout Europe. It is a collaborative effort between the AEPJ and the European Commission, featuring the crucial support of our partners and sponsors.
We look forward to seeing you in Paris and working together to promoting and preserving Jewish culture and heritage in Europe.