Important Leadership and Philanthropic Accomplishments of Dr. Moshe Kantor
Dr. Moshe Kantor who is a Jew was born in the year 1953. He got his degree in Moscow Aviation Institute in 1976. He later furthered his studies and was awarded a Ph.D. in the Space Craft Automatic control system. He is also known as a businessman, and he is, in fact, the head of the Acron Group which is a company that is publicly traded. The firms are known to be one of the largest mineral fertilizer producers.
Dr. Moshe was appointed to be the president of the European Jewish Congress in the year 2007. This is a position that he is in charge of up to date. He is also known to be a visionary who is against racism. He is also known to safeguard the freedom and security of the Jewish people.
He does not only fight for the rights of the Jewish people in Europe but also beyond. It is the position that he holds in EJC that has enabled him to be ready to fight for the rights of the Jewish people wholeheartedly. Being the president of the EJC, he can be able to come up with some strategies and plans that he should put in place. This is a large organization that serve over 2 million people. It is this organization that ensures that the Jewish people all over the world are living without being discriminated.
Dr. Moshe is also known to be particularly committed to Holocaust education. His main focus is to make sure that the Jews do not forget their history especially the tragic events of the 20th century. His desire to make people aware of the history of the Jewish community is what lead him to start the World Holocaust forum. He also is the one who chairs that European Jewish Fund. His dedication to the Jewish community is what lead him to start and lead the Krakow international events. The event was held on the 27th day of January in 2005. This was the sixtieth anniversary of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi liberation camp. He also works as a chairman and founder of the EJF. The main agenda of the firm is to make sure that the identity and the beliefs of the Jewish communities are reinforced. At the same time, they ensure that the young people learn about their culture.
Dr. Moshe also founded the European Council on tolerance and reconciliation in the year 2008. He now serves as the president of this organization. The member of the companies are Nobel price Laureates, Former leaders of the European of states and all those who are interested in the Jewish community and the relationship that they have in the European countries. Their agenda is to ensure that the Europeans do not meet with any bias.