August 2010: First, MJC under the auspices of the Austrian President Heinz Fischer at the University of Vienna
September 2010: Web conference presentation, MJC ‘as part of an interactive web conference, organized by the U.S. State Department.
October 2010: Evening for Pakistan – Fundraiser for the flood victims in Pakistan. MJC organized an evening for the flood victims in Pakistan. In the course of the evening, € 1800 in favor of the Edhi Foundation in Pakistan had been collected.
October 2010: Charity Football Game: Organizational Collaboration in the charity football game against the team of the Trialogue Austria Vienna Institute in cooperation with the Trialogue Institute.
October 2010: Official delegation, MJC in Seville, Spain – international inter-religious meeting of the Three Cultures Foundation.
November 2010: MJC took part in a Conference in Prague – “Young Leaders Dialogue with America“, an international conference for young leaders, organized by the U.S. State Department.
Project – Weekend of Twinning
In addition to follow-up projects, the Muslim Jewish Conference was heavily involved in the preparation of the “Weekend of Twinning”. This project, organized and conducted by the American ‘Foundation for Ethnic Understanding “(www.ffeu.org) was held under the leadership of Rabbi Marc Schneier (Vice President of the World Jewish Congress). The project brought together, in a constructive dialogue, 115 mosques and synagogues last year in the United States and France, as well as student groups of major U.S. universities.
Coordination – International Online Conference
Through the established network of MJC, we took over the organization of the first ever online “twinning” for the Foundation For Ethnic Understanding, including participants, which can not carry out any sustained dialogue with the “other” side due to their geographical situation. Thus, the MJC spearheaded an online conference with activists from Pakistan, Morocco, Nigeria, Indonesia, Turkey the United States of America and many more countries. The MJC took over the responsibility of the complete coordination of the participants in all countries, as well as the technical process during the online conference.
May 2011: publication of a joint declaration against racism, xenophobia, antisemitism and Islamophobia, together with the `World Jewish Congress ‘, the` European Jewish Congress’ and the `World Muslim Council for interfaith affairs’. Said declaration was handed over to the EU Commission in Brussels.
April 2011: Participation at the podium during a debate in the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York.
April 2011: Participation at the podium during a debate at the American Jewish Committee Global Forum – in Washington DC.
June 2011: Participation at the the Israeli Presidential conference in Jerusalem.
July 2011: 2nd Muslim Jewish Conference, in Kiev, Ukraine.
August 2011: Participation in the “Summer of Change” conference, organized by the Swedish government and ROI, in Uppsalla, Sweden.
August 2011: Agreement with the European Union of Jewish Students EUJS and the World Union of Jewish Students, WUJS’, to advise both organizations in inter-religious affairs.
September 2011: Speaker on panel – panel discussion: On the occasion of the visit of the ADL (Anti Defamation League) in Vienna – Diplomatic Academy.
November 2011: Speaker at Podium – Presentation: GFCR (Global Forum For Counter Radicalisation) launch in Paris.
November 2011: Participation UNAOC – Conference – Qatar.
December 2011: MJC led workshop – WUJS Annual Presidents Conference, with presidents of the Jewish Student Unions worldwide – Jerusalem.
January 2011 meetings: Combatants for Peace, Palestinian Chief Negotiator Saeb Erebkat and NGO Coordinator of the PLO – Ramallah.
May 2012: Panel Discussion – Jewish Community Center – New York City.
May 2012: MJC lead workshop for the AJC (American Jewish Committee) Access 20/20 Conference – Washington, DC.
1) Consulting EUJS
2) Consuling WUJS