Latin American
Jewish Congress

We are the Jewish communities of Latin America

Latin American Jewish Congress

We are the Jewish communities of Latin America

About us

The Latin American Jewish Congress (LAJC) is the international organization that assembles and represents the Jewish communities of Latin America. Its members are organizations from 18 countries of the region, and the LAJC is part of the World Jewish Congress family, that includes over 100 communities from all over the world.

About us

The Latin American Jewish Congress (LAJC) is the international organization that assembles and represents the Jewish communities of Latin America. Its members are organizations from 18 countries of the region, and the LAJC is part of the World Jewish Congress family, that includes over 100 communities from all over the world.

Ideas

COMMUNITIES 2030

Building the future

We anticipate Jewish life scenarios for 2030; train leaders to face future challenges, and lay the groundwork to design our own future.

Ideas

COMMUNITIES 2030

Building the future

We anticipate Jewish life scenarios for 2030; train leaders to face future challenges, and lay the groundwork to design our own future. 

GLOBAL IMPACT

26

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member organizations

18

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Latin American countries

+250

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young leaders in training

TRAINING

Training at the LAJC

Our professional training programs, by agreements with the major universities of the region and the rest of the world, contribute original approaches and innovative tools to interpret events and make bold decisions.

TRAINING

Training at the LAJC

Our professional training programs, by agreements with the major universities of the region and the rest of the world, contribute original approaches and innovative tools to interpret events and make bold decisions.

Kol israel arevim ze laze

All Jews are responsible for one another

כל ישראל עבים זה לזה

LEADERSHIP

The new generation of leaders is here.

1936
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Primera Asamblea Congreso Judío Mundial Ginebra, Suiza
1942
“Telegrama de Riegner” Alerta al mundo sobre Holocausto Nazi
1979
Primera edición Coloquio
2010
Fundación del Observatorio Web (CJL - AMIA - DAIA)
2012
Michelle Bachelet recibe premio Shalom
2012
Las comunidades judías latinoamericanas se reúnen por primera vez con el Papa (Benedicto)
2017
Primera campaña #WeRemember
2017
“Declaración de Latinoamérica y el Caribe como Zona de Convivencia Interreligiosa” Córdoba, Argentina
2019
Rey Felipe VI de España recibe premio Shalom