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    • JCRelations.net: September edition online

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

      Impressions of the 2019 Conference of the International Council of Christians and Jews by ICCJ's First Vice President.
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    • ICCJ Statement on the Global Ecological Crisis

      For Christians around the world September 1, the "Day of Prayer for Creation", marks the beginning of the "Season of Creation", an ecumenical initiative of the Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant, and Anglican churches that runs through October 4, the Feast of St. Francis.
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    • IAF meets AMANAH

      As part of the events at ICCJ's 2019 annual conference in Sweden the International Abrahamic Forum (IAF) joins with the Project "Amanah" in a learning session on "The Justification of Violence in our Traditions" held in Malmö, Sweden.
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    • JCRelations.net: July edition online

      New articles are available on JCRelations.net: July contributions in English, German, Spanish and Russian are online.
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    • Countdown to ICCJ's 2019 Conference in Lund

      In only a few days (June 30 - July 3) the ICCJ will welcome participants from all over the world to its 2019 annual conference in Lund, Sweden. It is time to introduce the members of the planning committee who are helping to realize one of the ICCJ highlights of the year.
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    • Antisemitism: An Australian Perspective

      Two members of the executive of ICCJ's Australian member organization, the Australian Council of Christians and Jews (ACCJ), discuss antisemitism in a radio interview
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    • JCRelations.net: June edition online

      New articles are available on JCRelations.net: June contributions in English, German, French, Spanish and Russian are online.
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    • Statement of the Polish Council of Christians and Jews

      ICCJ’s member organization, the Polish Council of Christians and Jews (Polska Rada Chrześcijan i Żydów), published on May 14, 2019 a statement on recent alarming incidents in Poland.
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    • Sharing Tragedy Can Bring Hope

      A joint ceremony of mourning for Israelis and Palestinians is controversial, but can also open a window of hope for a better shared future. ICCJ’s former President Debbie Weissman was there.
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