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    ICCJ Conference 2018 Budapest/Hungary


    "Towards Reconciliation in a Broken World. Jewish and Christian Contributions to Responsible Citzizenship"


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  • The ICCJ welcomes a new President and a new Executive Board

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    ICCJ Conference 2017 Bonn/Germany


    "Reforming, Rereading, Renewing: Martin Luther and 500 Years of Tradition and Reform in Judaism and Christianity"



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  • Martin-Buber-House – ICCJ's Headquarters in Heppenheim, Germany

    More about the History of the Martin-Buber-House

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    ICCJ Annual Conference 2016 in Philadelphia, USA

    "The Dynamics of Religious Pluralism in a Changing World: The Philadelphia, United States and International Contexts"

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  • JCRelations.net: October edition online

    New articles are available on JCRelations.net: October contributions in English, German, French, Spanish and Russian are online.

  • Interfaith and Intrafaith Dialogue in Cambodia

    Former ICCJ President Debbie Weissman recently travelled to Cambodia, to attend a conference to which she had been invited by the World Council of Churches. She reports on interfaith - and intra-faith - dialogue in a truly international setting, stating that this particular conference was one of the most memorable ones she has ever attended.

  • Where is my Neighbour?

    Hungary provided us with a beautiful historical setting and greeted us with great hospitality. Still, we must ask ourselves some tough questions when conducting interfaith dialogue in a society that stresses the supremacy of one religion and culture. Who is my neighbour in dialogue, and where is my neighbour?

  • Rosh haShanah 5779

    Rosh haShanah Greetings from the ICCJ President Rev. Dr Bo Sandahl

  • A Retrospective on the 2018 ICCJ Conference in Hungary

    Dr Pavol Bargár, ICCJ Second Vice President and Co-Chair of this year's conference planning committee, provides a reflection on some of the themes and issues the conference in Hungary brought up.

  • Re-Evaluating the Concept of "Youth" in an Interfaith Setting

    Since decades the ICCJ is successful in making interfaith dialogue relevant for new people and consistently reflects and re-examines how to involve youth in its work. But perhaps our 2018 conference in Hungary taught us an important lesson about boundaries and distinctions that we are better off leaving behind us.

  • JCRelations.net: September edition online

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

  • In Memoriam Judith Buber-Agassi z"l

    On July 15 Prof. Dr Judith Buber-Agassi z"l, one of the two granddaughters of Martin Buber, passed away at the age of 94.

  • ICCJ’s International Abrahamic Forum (IAF) at the Conference in Budapest

    At this year’s ICCJ conference in Budapest/Hungary joining the members of the larger ICCJ, was the new 6-member Steering Committee of the IAF, a trilateral Jewish-Christian-Muslim group devoted to expanding the ideals of the ICCJ beyond its primary mandate of bilateral dialogue between Christians and Jews.

  • A Tale of Two Cities: Jewish-Christian Dialogue in Budapest and Kecskemét

    The soil in which dialogue may grow can be cultivated in a number of ways. During our 2018 conference, we have learned the Hungarian way, and we have offered some of our own seeds of knowledge to our Hungarian partners in dialogue.

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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.

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