NEW YORK, NEW YORK: July 1, 2019 – Today, Julius Berman, President of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Claims Conference), announced the results of the organization’s negotiations this year with the German Government on behalf of Jewish ... Read more
Claims Conference Ongoing Negotiations With Germany Yield Compensation For Child Survivors Of The Kindertransport
December 17, 2018
Julius Berman, President of the Claims Conference, announced that as a result of ongoing negotiations between the Claims Conference and the German government, an agreement ... Read more
Claims Conference Negotiations Nets Additional Funding for Vital Services After German Delegation Hears First-Hand Survivor Testimony
New York, NY
July 10, 2018 – Today, Julius Berman, President of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Claims Conference), announced the outcomes from the ... Read more
More Than 25,000 Algerian Jews Who Survived The Holocaust May Now Be Eligible For The First Time For Compensation From The German Government.
PARIS, FRANCE: February 5, 2018 – Julius Berman, President of the Conference on Material Claims Against Germany (Claims ... Read more
The United States House of Representatives has unanimously approved a resolution urging the government of Germany to provide additional funding for services for Holocaust victims. Three hundred sixty-three members of the U.S. Congress sent a clear and unequivocal message to ... Read more
Elderly Holocaust survivors around the world are beginning the Jewish new year of 5776 receiving more care and aid than ever before. Tens of thousands of Holocaust survivors also go into this year having received acknowledgement of their persecution for ... Read more
Eligible Survivors Should Apply to Receive 2,500 Euro One-Time Payment Applications have been mailed to survivors who the Claims Conference believes may be eligible for its new Child Survivor Fund. The Claims Conference gathered information about these survivors from other ... Read more
Funding Provides Homecare, Medical Care, Food and Other Help in 47 Countries
Elderly Jewish Holocaust victims, the last of their generation to have endured the horrors of the Nazi genocide, will receive significantly more aid in 2015.
In 2015, total Claims Conference ... Read more
The Claims Conference has reached a landmark agreement with the German Finance Ministry under which the organization and the German government will together provide assistance to Jewish child survivors of the Holocaust.
“The joint fund will recognize survivors worldwide who were in ... Read more
May 28, 2013 – The Claims Conference has negotiated an agreement under which the German government has committed to provide approximately $1 billion over a four-year period for homecare for Jewish Holocaust victims, with the annual amount increasing every year through 2017.
The German government agreed, in its talks with the Claims ... Read more
The Claims Conference is very pleased to announce significant changes in the eligibility criteria for Holocaust survivor pensions from the Claims Conference Article 2 Fund and Central and Eastern European Fund (CEEF) as of January 1, 2013. After long and ... Read more
The government of Germany has committed through an agreement signed with the Claims Conference at a public ceremony, to continue compensation payments to eligible Holocaust survivors and providing funding for homecare for elderly victims.
Since the establishment of the Central and Eastern European Fund (CEEF) in 1998, which issues pensions to certain Holocaust survivors living in the former Soviet bloc, the Claims Conference has been strongly advocating to the German government that its monthly ... Read more
For years, the Claims Conference has been a constituent member of the World Jewish Restitution Organization (WJRO), which is charged with the recovery of confiscated property from countries in Central and Eastern Europe. Together with local Jewish communities, the WJRO ... Read more