A privileged forum addressed to European Top Jewish leaders taking place in Milan, Italy from November 21st – 23rd 2014
The meeting aims to create a safe space for discussion of the common challenges our communities are being faced with and to become a platform where to exchange the best practices today sharing successful experiences amongst peers.
This is a crucial moment in Europe and we believe that today more than ever it is important to define a common ground.
From Training professionals to helping organisations strategise their services. Active Ageing, Services to Shoah Survivors and Special Needs Children
Networking encounters and cross denominational / cross network training seminars on issues relevant to the different levels
Empowering communities to benefit from their local heritage, preserving and showcasing the rich Jewish Heritage all over Europe.
Trainings for Camp Responsibles- Outreach & Summer Volunteering Programmes. A wider network of contacts.
New models of Communities. Programmes with no walls, Virtual Communities. Trainings to JCCs professionals.
Forum of Directors a unique space for key professionals in Jewish Community organisations.
Meeting of Presidents & General Assemblies are the spaces for peers to network, and facilitate the exchange of best practises in the field.
Representativity and Constant communication enable ECJC to bring relevant programmes answering the real needs from the field
Our biannual event which gathers all ECJC affiliated organisations to discuss the direction of the organisation
London, November 9-11 2014
This seminar is a result of the follow up from the last edition of the Arachim Conference in Madrid. The request of focus training seminars was taken on board by the Education committee and we are happy to be able to offer this seminar: Facilitating Change. Based on a previous experience done with UK School Principals, and an approach developed by Manchester University’s Centre for Educational Leadership, this specific seminar will help build the alliances and strategies needed to create and maintain effective change. The seminar will enable participants to look at their schools as organisations and understanding and managing the shadow side of them, based on the writings of organisational analyst Gerard Egan. Principals will be able to continue the work with a tutor to help plan the next steps
ECJC is a "voluntary non-profit, non-political association of centralized European Jewish community-service associations, involving the identity, culture, education, heritage, health and welfare of these communities."
ECJC aims to coordinate activities, programs and events, exchange information, and share expertise, ideas and cooperation between the different Jewish organizations across Europe while respecting Jewish pluralism and the diversity of Jewish expression that exists worldwide.