About us

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's newly elected board members

| 09.09.2014

ICCJ conference 2014 - Program booklet

| 04.08.2014

ICCJ Conference 2014 in Buenos Aires

| 03.08.2014

ICCJ Promise, Land, Hope Research Project Holds 2014 Consultation in Heidelberg

| 25.06.2014

| 09.09.2014

ICCJ's newly elected board members

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| 04.08.2014

ICCJ conference 2014 - Program booklet

Download the PDF

| 03.08.2014

ICCJ Conference 2014 in Buenos Aires

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| 25.06.2014

ICCJ Promise, Land, Hope Research Project Holds 2014 Consultation in Heidelberg

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In Memoriam Father Bernard Dupuy, OP (1925-2014)

In Memoriam Father Bernard Dupuy, OP (1925-2014)

Our French member organization, the Amitié Judéo-Chrétienne de France (ACJF), has lost of its honourees. Father Bernard Dupuy, who died on October 3, 2014, had, together with Chief Rabbi René Samuel Sirat, received the ACJF’s Prize in 1998, on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the Amitié judéo-chrétienne de France. ... [more]

 
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JCRelations.net: October edition online

JCRelations.net: October edition online

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

 
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ICCJ-President's Greetings for Rosh haShanah

ICCJ-President's Greetings for Rosh haShanah

Dear members of the ICCJ family, I am delighted to send this first message as president of the ICCJ as Jews around the world prepare to observe the Days of Awe, from Rosh Hashanah to Yom Kippur. ... [more]