You can stand under our Umbrella!
The European Jewish Association is an umbrella organisation, not just for the hundreds of Associations and thousands of Jews that we represent, but for the various activities and groups that make us a community.
From the European Jewish Community Centre that offers a Jewish home, services and educational programs for Jewish Expats and the international Jewish community based in Brussels, to the European Centre for Jewish students that promotes a network and a fun place for young Jews to mingle, party and socialize, to Morasha that helps disadvantaged children from mainly Eastern Europe with an unforgettable Bar and Bat Mitzvah experience in Israel, to the European Jewish Press, a one stop hub for the media and public alike to read opinion and digests of what is affecting Jewish communities across the Continent, the EJA is proud to support this vital work.
You can find out more about our partner organizations here:
The European Jewish Community Centre hosts events and provides multi-lingual services and resources to officials and civil servants of the […]
Europe’s sole Jewish news and information service.Launched end 2005, the European Jewish Press is the sole online Jewish news agency […]
European Center for Jewish Students (ECJS) is drastically changing the landscape of Jewish young adults across Europe. Based in Brussels, […]
The Rabbinical Centre of Europe (RCE) was established in the year 2000 (5760) at the request of communal Rabbis throughout […]
In the heart of the European Union, two EUJB buildings, provide complete business services to organizations operating at the EU. […]
The European Forum for Jewish women offers in – depth online courses and holds an annual weekend seminar for women […]
Morasha develops school programs and publications, operates a network of Sunday schools and offers Bar Mitzvah preparations and holyday programs […]
Our Synagogue symbolises the living miracle of the Jewish people. Despite the hard times that the Jewish community in Estonia […]
The European Jewish Study Network offers a meaningful introduction to Jewish learning and a memorable journey through Jewish life to individuals and […]
Our community was officially established in 5460 (1700) as an Ashkenazi Jewish community. Currently we have a mix of Ashkenazi and sephardic […]
The Jewish Community of Madrid is the main Jewish institution of the Autonomous Community of Madrid. Its mission is to […]
The Federation of Jewish Communities of Ukraine, which is part of the Federation of Jewish Communities of the CIS -established by the Conference of Jewish Religious Communities and […]
The Interprovincial Supreme Ribbon of the Netherlands, abbreviated IPOR, is the Supreme Arabian who is responsible for Jewish affairs in […]
JNEWS IS A WEB-MAGAZINE DEDICATED TO WORLD NEWS ANALYSIS. JNEWS CONCENTRATES ITS ATTENTION TO NEWS OF INTEREST TO THE JEWISH […]
The European Forum of Russian Jewry is the brainchild of Professor Nico Gunzburg . Born in Riga on 2 September 1882, he […]
An organized network of European Jewish lawyers, Tzedek brings anti – Jewish and terrorist activists to justice and offers legal […]
Researches, Historians, and merely curious access the rich contribution of Jewish Literature in this landmark lending library founded in 2004 […]
Action and Protection – TETT ES VEDELEM ALAPITVANY intends to provide new alternatives for feeble legal actions against deteriorating common […]
In 2003 Rabbi Arie Zeev and Shaindel Raskin together with their four children (Menachem Mendel, Shneor Zalman, Chaya Batya Yente […]
The Bet Halevi Association covers more than 100 projects every year with a wide range of Jewish, cultural and educational […]
The Chabad Lubavitch Movement, which provides community building assistance to many thousands of communities worldwide, started operations in Hungary in 1989. […]
International food manufacturers depend on an extensive list of products and informational seminars certified kosher by this organization. In this […]
The European Jewish Development Fund is a source of centralized funding to projects that promote Jewish pride, ensure continuity of tradition, offer aid to the destitute […]
The only congregation in Brussels serving English-speaking diplomats, politicians and ex-pats with services, Shabbat meals and community.
European Jews in their late twenties and thirties are increasingly struggling to find a suitable marriage partner, who shares similar […]
The nonprofit organization, BASSAD, arranges drastically reduced costs for religious articles and synagogue essentials and provides holyday kits, books, ads […]