EU Jewish Buildings Helps Organizations Work Together

Arutz Sheva met with Rabbi Michoel Rosenblum, the Director of the EU Jewish Buildings.

EU Jewish Buildings is an initiative which was started in 2004 and which aims to set up infrastructure for Jewish organizations that need a base at the European Union.

Rabbi Rosenblum explained that the initiative was founded out of the recognition that European Jewish organizations were not taking advantage of some of the possibilities and opportunities at their disposal.

When EU Jewish Buildings began, he said, “There were three or four Jewish organizations operating in Brussels. Today there are over 60 registered organizations and a few dozen of those are registered within the EU Jewish Buildings.”

Rabbi Rosenblum stressed that EU Jewish Buildings is “not an umbrella organization of any sort. It just gives an opportunity for organizations to come do their thing and to be able to work together.”


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