Through our extensive relationships with European leaders and decision-makers and our partnerships with local Jewish communities, we advance AJC’s priorities—combating antisemitism and extremism, ensuring Israel’s rightful place in the community of nations, and promoting democratic values for all.
AJC on the Ground
Across Europe, Jews and Jewish communities are often caught in the crossfire of alarming and related trends. American Jewish Committee’s strategic, on-the-ground presence in key European cities allows us to help shape and impact policy at the highest levels.
AJC maintains the following offices:
Established following decades of pioneering AJC engagement with postwar Germany, the AJC Berlin Lawrence and Lee Ramer Institute for German-Jewish Relations is a leading forum for Middle East policy, transatlantic relations, and combating antisemitism and extremism.
Located in Warsaw, the Shapiro Silverberg Central Europe Office works with seven countries—Czechia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Slovakia.
A well-established and respected voice, AJC Paris informs policy discussions within France about antisemitism, Israel, and combating radicalism and xenophobia.
AJC Rome furthers AJC's diplomatic relations with the Italian government and advances interreligious dialogue as our liaison to the Vatican.
Headquartered in Brussels, the Transatlantic Institute engages EU and NATO officials, diplomatic missions, journalists, think tanks, and civil society leaders in order to strengthen bonds between Europe and the U.S.
In addition to our offices in Europe, AJC also has representatives based in Budapest, Prague and Sofia.