NCSEJ op-ed in Roll Call today on how the secular Muslim-majority Republic of #Azerbaijan is bucking a trend of growing #antisemitism.
Please click here to read MORE
NCSEJ is pleased to announce the release of the 2014 Country Reports edition for the Baltic states, Central Asia, Caucasus, Belarus, Moldova, Russian Federation and Ukraine. The 2014 edition is available online.
NCSEJ's latest updates on the crisis in Ukraine...MORE
Please click here for NCSJ's Weekly News Updates...MORE
NCSEJ Executive Director Mark B. Levin joins colleagues to discuss the dramatic increase of Global Anti-Semitism with Secretary of State John Kerry...MORE
At last week's Board of Governors meeting, we announced a new name for our organization. NCSJ is now the National Coalition Supporting Eurasian Jewry, NCSEJ. The name change reflects our ongoing mission in a changed world: to promote and protect Jewish communal life throughout the region...MORE
We are sad to inform you that Daniel Mann, Soviet Jewry activist, NCSJ Board member, and long-time Jewish community professional, passed away on Saturday...MORE
According to preliminary results of the Ukrainian National Exit Poll, Petro Poroshenko won Ukraine's presidential elections today with 55.9% of the votes, and has claimed victory, apparently having cleared the 50% threshold needed to avoid the runoff elections...MORE
The upcoming Sunday, May 25th elections are of key importance to the resolution of the Ukrainian crisis. NCSJ has put together this backgrounder on the leading presidential candidates, and their position on issues of importance to Ukraine's Jewish community...MORE
NCSJ is pleased to announce journalist and blogger Ilya Bezruchko as its new Ukraine representative...MORE
Dear Friends, We are sad to report that major Soviet Jewry activist and former refusenik Yuli Kosharovsky passed away on Tuesday, after a fall at his home in Jerusalem...MORE