FRA took part in a consultative meeting in Vienna on 20 April on antisemitic hate crime, organised by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR).
International Holocaust Remembrance Day, on 27 January, is a chance to honour the memory of the victims of the Holocaust and to remind us of the persistent problem of antisemitism. This year FRA will join senior politicians, diplomats, global figures and experts from around the world to discuss how to deal more effectively with antisemitism, racism and xenophobia in Europe as they mark 70 years to the day on which the concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau was liberated.
On 20 November, the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and AJC Transatlantic Institute hosted a symposium in Brussels on antisemitism and far right extremism in the EU.
Across the EU, antisemitism continues to haunt Europe some 75 years after the anti-Jewish ‘Kristallnacht’ pogroms took place, despite sustained efforts by Member States to tackle this issue.
On 27-28 October in Jerusalem, FRA took part in the 8th European Commission-Israel Seminar on combating racism, xenophobia and antisemitism.
Antisemitism remains an issue of serious concern that needs to be tackled. This is shown by the latest report on data collected about antisemitic incidents across the European Union, published by the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA).
International Holocaust Memorial Day, on 27 January, marks the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, and honours the millions of victims that suffered at the hands of the Nazi regime.