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JEWISH REFUGEES FROM ARAB COUNTRIES


Auspices for International Campaign for Rights and Redress The International Campaign for Rights and Redress, an initiative of the World Organization for Jews from Arab Countries (WOJAC) and Justice for Jews from Arab Countries (JJAC), will require the active involvement, and coordinated efforts, of Jewish communal leadership and organizations in the following confirmed, participating countries:

Diaspora Jewish Communities and Organizations · Australia - Executive Council of Australian Jewry

· Belgium - Institut Sepharade European

· Brazil - Confederação Israelita do Brasil ·

Canada - Canadian Jewish Congress ·

England - Board of Deputies of British Jews ·

France - Conseil representatif des institutions juives de France (CRIF) Union des Patrons et des Professionnels Juifs de France (UPJF)

· Israel - World Organization of Jews from Arab Countries

· Italy - Unione delle Comunita Ebraiche Italiana

· Mexico - Comite Central de la Comunidad Judia de Mexico

· Russia - Euro-Asian Jewish Congress

· Spain - Federation of Jewish Communities of Spain (FCJE)

· Sweden - Svensk-Israel-Information - Swedish Israel Information

For Israel and Democracy in the Middle East (FADIM) · USA - Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations

· Venezuela - Congregation of Israelite Associations of Venezuela (CAIV)

Efforts continue to secure participation from Jewish communities in Argentina, Chile, Germany, Panama, South Africa and Switzerland.

International and National Organizations

· American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, American Sephardi Federation, Anti-Defamation League, B’nai Brith International, Jewish Council for Public Affairs, Jews Indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa (JIMENA), World Sephardic Congress.

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