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  • La Ligue internationale contre le racisme et l'antisémitisme (ou LICRA) est une association internationale, luttant contre le racisme et l'antisémitisme en France, mais également sur le plan international.
  • Die Ligue internationale Contre le Racisme et l'Antisémitisme (LICRA) oder früher LICA (Ligue internationale Contre l'Antisémitisme) ist eine internationale Nichtregierungsorganisation, die sich dem Kampf gegen Rassismus und Antisemitismus verschrieben hat. Sie wurde in Frankreich gegründet, wo sie noch heute ihren Aktivitäts-Schwerpunkt hat und politisch sehr einflussreich ist.
  • La LICRA o Lega internazionale contro il razzismo e l'antisemitismo (Ligue internationale contre le racisme et l'antisémitisme in francese) è un'organizzazione non governativa internazionale impegnata nel combattere il razzismo, l'antisemitismo, la xenofobia e l'esclusione sociale in Francia e nel mondo.
  • The International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism – or Ligue Internationale Contre le Racisme et l'Antisémitisme (LICRA) in French— was established in 1927, and is opposed to intolerance, xenophobia and exclusion. In 1927, French journalist Bernard Lecache created "The League Against Pogroms", and launched a media campaign in support of Sholom Schwartzbard who assassinated Symon Petliura on 25 May 1926 in the Latin Quarter of Paris. Schwartzbard viewed Petliura as responsible for numerous pogroms in Ukraine. After Schwartzbard's acquittal, the league evolved into LICA (Ligue internationale contre l'antisémitisme – or international league against anti-semitism). Schwartzbard was a prominent activist in this organization. Many influential personalities joined the league, such as Victor Basch, Léon Blum, Albert Einstein, Edouard Fleg, Maxime Gorki, Paul Langevin, Countess of Noailles, Georges Pioch, Séverine, André Spire.In 1931, LICA already counted 10000 subscribers all over France. It was a solid power during the battle between leagues in February 1934. After 1932, LICA evolved into LICRA, but the name was officially changed only in 1979 during the long (1968–1992) presidency of Jean Pierre-Bloch.In September 1939, as the Second World War started, numerous LICRA subscribers mobilised, and many were members of the Resistance throughout the war. During the German occupation of France, LICRA was banned by the Vichy government and had to regroup clandestinely to help the victims of Nazi racial measures, notably by hiding them away from Paris, by providing them with fake IDs, and by helping them escape to Switzerland, Spain and England.In 1972, a law authorized LICRA to counsel victims of racist acts during their court appearances. LICRA received considerable media attention during the case of LICRA v. Yahoo!, in which it brought charges against Yahoo! for selling Nazi memorabilia to people in France in violation of French laws proposed, passed, and used by and for LICRA.The LICRA keeps fighting neonazism and Holocaust denial. This was demonstrated when it supported the Klarsfeld couple, and during Klaus Barbie's trial in 1987.In the last few years, LICRA intensified its international actions by opening sections abroad, in Switzerland, in Belgium, in Luxembourg, in Germany, in Portugal, in Quebec and more recently in Congo Brazzaville and in Austria.Since 1999, with the arrival of its new president Patrick Gaubert, LICRA extended its area of action. It now addressed social issues such as work discrimination, citizenship, and disadvantaged youth.Since 2010 the new president ist Alain Jakubowicz.
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  • La Ligue internationale contre le racisme et l'antisémitisme (ou LICRA) est une association internationale, luttant contre le racisme et l'antisémitisme en France, mais également sur le plan international.
  • Die Ligue internationale Contre le Racisme et l'Antisémitisme (LICRA) oder früher LICA (Ligue internationale Contre l'Antisémitisme) ist eine internationale Nichtregierungsorganisation, die sich dem Kampf gegen Rassismus und Antisemitismus verschrieben hat. Sie wurde in Frankreich gegründet, wo sie noch heute ihren Aktivitäts-Schwerpunkt hat und politisch sehr einflussreich ist.
  • La LICRA o Lega internazionale contro il razzismo e l'antisemitismo (Ligue internationale contre le racisme et l'antisémitisme in francese) è un'organizzazione non governativa internazionale impegnata nel combattere il razzismo, l'antisemitismo, la xenofobia e l'esclusione sociale in Francia e nel mondo.
  • The International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism – or Ligue Internationale Contre le Racisme et l'Antisémitisme (LICRA) in French— was established in 1927, and is opposed to intolerance, xenophobia and exclusion. In 1927, French journalist Bernard Lecache created "The League Against Pogroms", and launched a media campaign in support of Sholom Schwartzbard who assassinated Symon Petliura on 25 May 1926 in the Latin Quarter of Paris.
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  • Lega internazionale contro il razzismo e l'antisemitismo
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