The Euro-Asian Jewish Congress, in conjunction with the Youth Parliament under the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, held a theater festival-contest dedicated to the memory of Holocaust victims - "The Memory of the People" in order to preserve the memory of the events of the Holocaust tragedy.
Limmud is the first and only Jewish educational, cultural and entertainment event. In 2017, the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress supported the Limmud conferences in three countries. In 2018, the EAJC also announced its support.
The Euro-Asian Jewish Congress provided financial support to the Pechersky Foundation to promote and expand the international presentation of the film "Sobibor", which has been released on May 3rd, 2018.
“Rod`n`ya“ Project is a leadership educational program that enables young Jewish leaders to get acquainted with their family history and contribute to the development and strengthening of community life.
"Popular History of Bukharian Jews" was recently published, with a support of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress. The authors, Ilya Dvorkin and Markel Fazylov, have covered a rich history of Bukharian Jews for almost 2600 years: from the Persian Empire period (6th century B.C.) through the Bukhara Khanate foundation (16th century) to Russian Empire (19-20th centuries), including the Soviet period.
The Euro-Asian Jewish Congress announced the support of the Taglit project in 2018. Thanks to this decision, hundreds of Jewish boys and girls from these communities will have the opportunity to visit Israel free of charge as part of the educational visit. Many of them will have the opportunity to visit Israel for the first time. Cooperation between the EAJC and the Taglit organization will significantly increase the number of participants from Eastern Europe and Asia already this year.
he monument will be erected in Jerusalem in memory of the participants in World War II and the siege of Leningrad. The monument is created with the funding and support of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress.
The Mahar conference is held every year in Chernogoriya. Each year more than 300 people participate in the conference, representing the communities of Jews of Albania, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia. The conference is organized by the Montenegrin Jewish community under the patronage of the EAJC.
With the support of the EAJC, the book of Daniel Gordis "Israel: the history of the state" was published. "Israel: the history of the state" is a story about a small state and an ancient idea, thanks to which it arose.
"Beit Rambam" refers to members of the community of golden age. On the basis of the center, it is planned to create a full-day club for the elderly, where they could spend leisure time in the Jewish environment, engage in self-education, improve health, and receive full-fledged kosher food.
It is said in the Torah: "In the evening, eat matzah" (Shemot 12:18). Thanks to the EAJC, the Jews of Eurasia were given the opportunity to fulfill this commandment!
The aim of the project is to organize, support and expand the activities of the All-Russian Union of Jewish Students, hold Jewish holidays on the territory of universities, invite Jewish / Israeli lecturers, educate Jewish students of the largest Russian universities, create a platform for communication and interaction of young Russian students, fight anti-Semitism.
The publication of the newspaper Menora
The project is implemented jointly with the Union of Jews of Georgia
The purpose of the project: To increase the level of Jewish self-awareness of the younger generation, to introduce young people to the Jewish tradition and to help them learn the Jewish sources, the succession of generations and the expansion of the program participants' program; the renewal of shortened programs; the study of Hebrew and traditions; the study of the history and culture of Jewish communities in the Euro-Asian region.
The publication of the magazine The People of the Book in the World of Books is a unique information source that really unites the space of the entire former USSR in the field of Jewish book publishing.
Development of self-identification and Jewish identity, involvement of young, active leaders who are able to organize volunteer projects in the future and support the life of the Jewish community.
The project is aimed at assisting Jews to former underage prisoners of the ghetto and Nazi concentration camps, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova.
The project is implemented jointly with the regional charitable public organization to promote the activities of Jewish communities "Moscow Jewish Community House."
The project is aimed at supporting and developing the Jewish community life in Armenia. Holding holidays and Shabbat, events for the Jewish population in Armenia, attracting young people and strengthening the Jewish tradition.
The aim of this international project, in which representatives of Russia and Israel participate, is to preserve the focus of Jewish culture, spiritual life and historical memory of the first settlers of autonomy.