Slovak Council of Christians and Jews



Organization name:
Spoločnosť kresťanov a Židov na Slovensku

Preferred English translation of the name of your organization:
Slovak Council of Christians and Jews

Year of establishment or foundation of the organization: 

Brief history of the organization:
The Slovak CCJ is a secular non-profit organization that brings together religious and secular Christians and Jews. Its main activities have from the outset focused on the development of civil humanistic values with particular focus on Jewish-Christian cooperation in the reconstruction of democracy after the fall of Communism and during the authoritarian reign of the mid-1990s.    

Number of members (approx.):

Where is your organization based?


Main focuses/areas of your work:
The Slovak CCJ continues in its established trend by highlighting and fighting the onset of nationalism in Slovakia as part of a wider European current.

Which audiences do you work towards?
Academics, Young professionals, Retired professionals, Clergy.

How often does your organization meet?

Events regularly sponsored by your organization:
Jewish High Holidays, Holocaustrelated events and commemorations

Does your organization have any regular publications (in print or online)?


Main working/publishing language of your organization:
Slovak, English

Officers of your organization:
Lucia Faltin, President
František Ábel & Juraj Alner, Vice-Presidents

Briefly describe your organization’s relationship to the ICCJ:
Member organization.

What is the greatest challenge your organization faces at the moment?
To regain momentum by getting more people involved.

Has your organization figured in any published material such as newspapers, books or blogs?

E-mail address to contact your organization:

Website of your organization:
We currently do not have one.