The European Days of Jewish Culture (EDJC) is a continent-wide festival that takes place annually in cities across Europe. The festival aims to promote Jewish culture and heritage, and to create a platform for dialogue and understanding between Jewish and non-Jewish communities.
The festival is organized by local coordinators and volunteers, who plan and execute a wide variety of cultural events, such as concerts, exhibitions, film screenings, and lectures. These events take place in museums, synagogues, cultural centers, and other venues, and are open to the public.
The EDJC Organisers and Coordinators Meeting 2023 is an annual event that brings together organizers and coordinators from across Europe to share ideas, best practices, and to plan for the upcoming festival. This year’s meeting will be held in Paris on February 22nd and 23rd, and will focus on the theme of “Memory“.
The theme of memory is particularly relevant to the EDJC, as it allows us to explore and remember the rich history of Jewish culture and heritage. The festival provides an opportunity to learn about Jewish culture and history, and to reflect on the role of memory in shaping our understanding of the past and the present.
During the meeting, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in training sessions and workshops on the theme of memory, as well as to attend coordination meetings and networking events. The meeting will also feature keynote speeches from experts in the field of Jewish culture and heritage.
The European Days of Jewish Culture is an important event that brings Jewish culture to the forefront and allows us to explore and appreciate the rich heritage of Jewish communities across Europe. The EDJC Organisers and Coordinators Meeting is a unique opportunity for organizers and coordinators to come together and to make the festival a success.
We invite all organizers and coordinators to join us in Paris in February for the EDJC Organisers and Coordinators Meeting 2023 and to be a part of this exciting event. Together, we can ensure that the European Days of Jewish Culture continues to be a vibrant and meaningful celebration of Jewish culture and heritage.