President of the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe Dr. Viatcheslav Kantor: “The global situation is becoming increasingly fraught, threatening and hard to predict”
"The future of a peaceful, united and tolerant Europe lies in all of our hands. We must be proactive in the face of this dark, encroaching racism, hate and intolerance, and refuse to passively accept it. Our European future depends on it."
— Viatcheslav Moshe KantorAbout person
International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe
Geneva, Switzerland, - Conference of the International Luxembourg Forum "Nuclear Strategies and Strategic Stability". Geneva, June 11-12, 2018GENEVA, June 11, 2018 // The Nuclear Strategies and Strategic Stability conference, organized by the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe opened in Geneva on June 11, 2018.
15 November 2018Press releases EJC President Moshe Kantor to lay out vision on antisemitism and European values at high-level events attended by Chancellor Kurz and Prime Minister Netanyahu (Brussels, Thursday, November 15, 2018) – On November 20-21, European Jewish Congress President Dr. Moshe Kantor will be a keynote speaker at the ‘European Values, Rule of Law, and Security’ Conference, organised in the framework of the Austrian Presidency of the European Council, then co-host a high-level event with Austria’s Federal Chancellor Sebastian Kurz for Heads of State, EU leaders, Jewish leaders, ambassadors, parliamentarians and other distinguished guests, including Israel’s Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
29 October 2018Press releases EJC expresses shock and sadness after the massacre in Pittsburgh (Sunday, 28th October 2018) – The European Jewish Congress (EJC) expresses shock and sadness at the terrible attack on the Tree Of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh yesterday.
29 October 2018Press releases EJC Warns Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre Shows ‘Words Matter’ The organization representing European Jewry warned Sunday that this weekend’s attack on the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has made it clear that “words matter” - and that stronger measures are needed against hate speech and incitement