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Katharina von Schnurbein

Katherina von Schnurbein
Religion: 
Christianity
Nationality: 
Germany
Gender: 
Female

Location of Activities

Country: 
Belgium
Organization(s): 
European Commission
Email: 
Coordinator on Combating Antisemitism, European Commission

In December 2015, Katharina von Schnurbein, a German national, was appointed the first European Commission Coordinator on combating Antisemitism. Before, she was advisor to Commission President José Manuel Barroso on the Commission's dialogue with Churches, religions, philosophical and non-confessional organisations. Before that she was the Commission's spokesperson for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal opportunities (2004-2010) and press officer at the Delegation of the European Commission to the Czech Republic (2002-2004).

Biography as at 22.11.17
Main Publications: 

1.) Combating Antisemitism in the European Union, in: The Israel Journal on Foreign Affairs 2016/2.

2.) The European Commission's dialogue with churches, religions and philosophical and non-confessional organisations, in: FOCUS, no 25 4/2015.

3.) A living dialogue, in : BEPA Monthly, June 2014 http://ec.europa.eu/archives/bepa/pdf/publications_pdf/see_also/n75_june....

4.) The European Commission and the dialogue with Churches, religious associations or communities and philosophical and non-confessional organisations based on Art 17 (TFEU) – State of play, in: J.W. Pichler/A. Balthasar (Eds.) Open Dialogue between EU Institutions and Citizens – Chances and Challenges.

Areas of Actions: 
Peace and ReconciliationFreedom of Religion or BeliefMinority RightsMigrationShared Human ValuesDemocracy, Social Cohesion and Citizenship
Forms of Actions: 
Educational ProgrammesInformation DistributionDiplomacyCapacity Building and EmpowermentNetworking