Renaissance of Italian synagogues and cemeteries showcased at Ferrara Jewish museum

The exhibition allows visitors to discover the richness of the Jewish cultural heritage in Italy, of which cemeteries and synagogues are a fundamental expression.

Lists of refugees given shelter from the Nazi persecution by Catholic institutions in Rome rediscovered

The list reveals that more than 4,300 Italian Jews were provided shelter by Catholic institutions in Rome during the Shoah.

Noemi Di Segni: “Fascism must be recognized as an absolute evil for the whole of Italy”

At the commemoration of the 79th anniversary of the liberation of Florence the President of the Union of Italian Jewish Communities Noemi Di Segni said that "Italy's responsibility for the war must be recognised".

Italian Senate approves the establishment of a Holocaust Museum in Rome

With 157 votes in favor, the bill presented by Minister of Culture Gennaro Sangiuliano for the establishment of the Shoah Museum in Rome was unanimously approved by the Italian Senate.

Antisemitic graffiti in Polistena

An antisemitic graffiti, “Juve = Jews” (“Juve = Ebrei”) appeared on the walls of a central street in the Italian town of Polistena, Calabria.

Italian Government allocates nearly 61 million euros for the victims of the Third Reich

Italy has taken a significant step by assuming responsibility for paying reparations to the Italian victims of the Third Reich.

Subscribe to EJC newsletter

Get EJC's bi-weekly newsletter, including the latest statements and news from the European Jewish communities, direct to your inbox.

European Jewish Congress will use the information you provide on this form to contact you. We will treat your information with respect and will not share it with others. By clicking Subscribe, you agree that we may process your information in accordance with these terms.

browse by community