Pilot project "Protecting the Jewish cemeteries of Europe:
a full mapping process with research and monitoring and individual costed proposals for protection"
сo-funded by the European Union

ESJF 2019 — 2020 cemetery surveys in five European countries

In the framework of the European Commission’s pilot project «Protecting the Jewish cemeteries of Europe: a full mapping process with research and monitoring and individual costed proposals for protection», ESJF was awarded 800,000 EUR to survey 1,500 Jewish burial sites across five European countries.

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Educational outreach in Slovakia coming to a close

ESJF’s educational projects in Slovakia are wrapping up. The projects, carried out with secondary school students in seven eastern Slovakian schools, have piloted ESJF’s educational activity in the country, serving[…] Read more

Drone surveys wrapping up for 2019 with more than 90% of the work done

The ESJF is happy to report that we finished drone surveys for 2019. In the framework of the pilot project that runs between December 2018 and May 2020, funded by[…] Read more

ESJF’s educational projects underway in Slovakia

ESJF educational projects underway in Slovakia

ESJF has begun its educational outreach to schools in Slovakia. On October 7th, 2019, the head of the Holocaust Documentation Center in Bratislava, Dr. Jan Hlavinka, led students of two[…] Read more

ESJF European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative

ESJF is a German-based NGO active in Central and Eastern Europe. ESJF started its work in 2015, surveying and fencing Jewish cemeteries in order to protect them from destruction. With funding from the European Union, ESJF is now taking this work on a different scale. Using cutting-edge drone technology and in-depth historical research as part of its new project, ESJF is mapping around 1,500 Jewish cemetery sites in Greece, Moldova, Slovakia, Lithuania and Ukraine, drawing up individual, costed proposals for protection, and setting up cooperation with local authorities and the broader public, to engage people in protecting Jewish heritage across various communities.

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