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The European Report is a political discussion programme that comes from the heart of Europe in the European Parliament and addresses issues concerning Europe and the Middle East. / Alternatively webinars on different subjects.


A lot of bad news has been coming out of Europe in recent months. Jews are leaving France in record numbers as they no longer feel safe in the land of “liberté, égalité and fraternité”. In Britain there is clear anti-Semitism within the Labour party and some of its leaders seem to be competing against ...
TOMAS SANDELL SEPTEMBER 23, 2012, 8:29 AM O ne morning a few years from now, the world may suddenly wake up to discover that a new Islamic state called Palestine has been established on what used to be Jewish heartland, and with the Old City of Jerusalem as its capital. This could in fact happen without a single ...
By DANNY AYALON Updated Dec. 30, 2009 6:11 a.m. ET The recent statements by the European Union’s new foreign relations chief Catherine Ashton criticizing Israel have once again brought international attention to Jerusalem and the settlements. However, little appears to be truly understood about Israel’s rights to what are generally called the “occupied territories” but what really ...
Sanctions could apply to Israeli politicians opposed to the two-state solution, which could include Bennett and Rivlin; steps against European companies working in settlements; punitive measures against Palestinians over ‘negative measures.’ By Barak Ravid | Nov. 17, 2014 | 5:00 PM An internal European Union document on proposed sanctions against Israel, which Haaretz obtained in its entirety ...
July 18, 2015

Big deal?

There was not much sympathy for Israel in the comments made by senior European leaders after the nuclear deal with Iran announced on Tuesday. German Foreign Minister Frank Walter Steinmeier was quick to point out that ”the Israeli Government should at least read the agreement before they start criticising it.” He is not alone. Back ...
The government in the West Bank is the only body receiving EU funds regardless of its human-rights record or economic performance. By MICHAEL THEURER April 9, 2014 3:45 p.m. ET At a time of austerity and belt-tightening, the European Union remains the biggest donor to Third World countries. EU assistance to the developing world serves European values and ...

ECI in Pictures

International Conference New Generation church – Latvia 2016

Seminar at House of Lords London – Nov 2016

American Friends Launching Dinner Washington DC – Oct 2016

Annual Policy Conference European Parliament – April 2016

European Parliament policy conference – Dec 2015

Jewish contributions to European culture Brussels – Dec 2015

United Nations NY Tashlir- Sept 2015

United Nations NY Passover – April 2015

Educational tour Israel – May 2015

Offical visit Australia – NZ

Krakow synagogue concert – Jan 2015

Holocaust Remembrance Day Krakow – Jan 2015

Annual Policy conference European Parliament – Nov 2014

ECI Annual Dinner Brussels – Nov 2014

Young Adults seminar The Hague – June 2014

Conference at San Remo – April 2014