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The ICCJ serves as the umbrella organization of 40 national Jewish-Christian dialogue organizations world-wide. The ICCJ member organizations world-wide over the past five decades have been successfully engaged in the historic renewal of Jewish-Christian relations.

Young Leadership

The Young Leadership Council (YLC) is the youth branch of the International Council for Christians and Jews (ICCJ). Currently our board includes people from various Jewish, Christian, and Muslim traditions from around the world.

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ICCJ Conference 2019 Lund Conference Theme

| 13.11.2018

ICCJ Conference 2018 - Plenary Session - Ilona Szent-Iványi

| 26.09.2018

ICCJ Conference 2018 - Plenary Session - Mohammad Hannan Hassan

| 03.09.2018

ICCJ Conference 2018 - Plenary Session - Morteza Rezazadeh

| 03.09.2018

| 13.11.2018

ICCJ Conference 2019 Lund Conference Theme

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| 26.09.2018

ICCJ Conference 2018 - Plenary Session - Ilona Szent-Iványi

Download the PDF

| 03.09.2018

ICCJ Conference 2018 - Plenary Session - Mohammad Hannan Hassan

Download the PDF

| 03.09.2018

ICCJ Conference 2018 - Plenary Session - Morteza Rezazadeh

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Happy Chanukkah and Peaceful Advent

Happy Chanukkah and Peaceful Advent

A meditation for the Chanukkah days and the Advent season ... [more]

 
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Celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the Confraternidad Judeo-Cristiana del Uruguay

Celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the Confraternidad Judeo-Cristiana del Uruguay

On the occasion of its 60th anniversary, ICCJ's member organization, the Confraternidad Judeo-Cristiana del Uruguay organized an excellent program called “Second Latin American Encounter” last October 29th and 30th. ... [more]

 
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ICCJ Immediate Past President Dr Philip A. Cunningham received Eternal Light Award

ICCJ Immediate Past President Dr Philip A. Cunningham received Eternal Light Award

On October 25th 2018, Saint Leo University’s Center for Catholic Jewish Studies’ Eternal Light Award was presented to Dr. Philip A. Cunningham for his significant contributions to Catholic-Jewish relations. ... [more]