August 18th, 2005
The Central Council of Jews in Germany organizes regular internal seminars for the boards, managers and staff of the Jewish communities on a number of important thematic areas. These events usually last two days and have in the past addressed such matters as book-keeping in the Jewish communities, Islamist extremism in Germany or community statutes and elections. Courses on democracy and law have been designed with immigrants from countries of the former Soviet Union in mind, and the participants are able to pass on what they have learned to the members of their community, helping them to integrate more rapidly and effectively into German society.
These seminars are only open to community staff and not to the general public.