Networks Overcoming Antisemitism (NOA)

At the beginning of 2020, EUPJ Brussels partnered with four other Jewish groups to win a European Commission grant to tackle rising antisemitism in Europe.

The five partners formed the Networks Overcoming Antisemitism (NOA) in order to evaluate the efforts of European Union member states to address and prevent prejudice against Jews in Europe. NOA, which means “in motion” in Hebrew, will also encourage efforts to promote Jewish culture and life on the continent.

The partners include the World Jewish Congress (WJC), the European Association for the Preservation and Promotion of Jewish Culture and Heritage (AEPJ), B’nai B’rith Europe and the European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS).

The project is co-ordinated by CEJI-A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe.


  • Anti-bias training and teaching tools will be disseminated to public authorities, schools, communities and sport clubs.
  • Cultural events celebrating pluralism and promoting dialogue will be initiated by Jewish cultural institutions.
  • Social media campaigns will shed light on the positive contributions of European Jewry to wider communities where they live.
  • Stakeholder workshops amongst policy-makers will help to develop and evaluate national action plans.

Find out more about the Networks Overcoming Antisemitism (NOA).