The Federal Commissioner for Anti-Semitism, Dr Felix Klein, assumes patronage
In his role as Federal Government Commissioner for Jewish Life in Germany, Dr Felix Klein supports ZWEITZEUGEN e.V. as patron.
The patronage of Dr Felix Klein, the Federal Commissioner for Anti-Semitism, is not only a special seal of approval for us and our work, but also promotes and intensifies dialogue and exchange at federal level. It emphasises the relevance of remembrance work, especially with children and young people in Germany, and protects the legacy of Holocaust survivors from being forgotten in a special way.
For us, ZWEITZEUGEN e.V. and all those involved, the trust placed in us is both motivation and support.
"In my role as Federal Government Commissioner for Jewish Life in Germany, I am happy to support your fantastic project. I am delighted to take on the patronage of your organisation and look forward to further cooperation."
About Dr Felix Klein and his office
Since 1 May 2018, Dr Felix Klein has held the office of Federal Government Commissioner for Jewish Life in Germany and the Fight against Anti-Semitism.
He is involved in the debate on the increase in anti-Semitism in Germany and the question of how this phenomenon can be countered at federal level. In doing so, it is advised by an independent group. He coordinates interdepartmental measures by the Federal Government to combat anti-Semitism. In addition, Dr Felix Klein is the point of contact for Jewish groups and social organisations and a mediator in the fight against anti-Semitism at federal, state and civil society level.