• ICCJ Annual Conference 2015 in Rome:

    Visit the Picture Gallery!

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  • Martin-Buber-House – ICCJ's Headquarters in Heppenheim, Germany

    More about the History of the Martin-Buber-House

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  • ICCJ Annual Conference 2015, Rome

    Greetings and papers of the Opening Session are now available online.

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  • ICCJ Statement

    "You Shall Love the Stranger as Yourself" (Lev 19:34) – A Statement on Migration and Refugees in Europe


    Published September 10, 2015 by the ICCJ Executive Board and the Co-Chairs of the ICCJ International Abrahamic Forum (IAF)


    Read the statement here:


  • Papers of the Rome Conference Opening Session online

    "The Journey Together from Nostra Aetate to Today and Toward the Future" - Keynote Speeches by Cardinal Giuseppe Betori (Florence) and Rabbi Abraham Skorka (Buenos Aires)

  • JCRelations.net: October edition online

    New articles are available on JCRelations.net: October contributions in English, German, French, Spanish and Russian are online.

  • ICCJ President's Greetings for Rosh haShanah

    Dear members of the ICCJ family, As Jews around the world prepare to observe Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, their traditions for the High Holydays can also inspire thoughtful reflection in others.

  • ICCJ Statement


  • If Not Now, When?

    Elizabeth Harris-Sawczenko, Deputy Director of the Council of Christians and Jews, ICCJ's member organization in Great Britain, reports on the interreligious initiative "If not now, when?"

  • JCRelations.net: September edition online

    New articles are available on JCRelations.net: September contributions in English, German, French, Spanish, and Russian are online.

  • Annual Consultation of the ICCJ Project "Promise, Land and Hope"

    ICCJ's research project, "Promise, Land, and Hope: Jews and Christians Seeking Understanding to Enable Constructive Dialogue about Israeli-Palestinian Issues," held its fourth annual consultation in Jerusalem from August 17-20.

  • JCRelations.net: July edition online

    New articles are available on JCRelations.net: July contributions in English, German, Spanish and Russian are online.

  • ICCJ Welcomed to Vatican by Pope Francis

    (ROME) In a historic gathering in the Vatican earlier today, Pope Francis welcomed more than 250 Jewish and Christian leaders from the International Council of Christians and Jews. The Pope met with them to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the ground-breaking Vatican II declaration “Nostra Aetate,” which opened up new horizons in the Catholic Church’s approach to interfaith relations.

  • AJCF concerned about proposed beatification of controversial 19th-century French priest

    Pope Francis has recently indicated his desire to proceed with beatifying the French priest Léon Dehon, whose sainthood process was earlier halted by Pope Benedict XVI.

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