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The International Catholic Jewish Liaison Committee is a committee formed by the Catholic Church in 1971 to promote reconciliation between the Catholic Church and Jews.
The International Catholic Jewish Liaison Committee has held a number of meetings since its formation as follows:
- 8th meeting, 22–25 October 1979 in Regensburg, Germany. The discussions centered on religious freedom and education and for an ongoing dialog on a pluralistic society.
- 15th meeting, 23–26 May 1994, 15 June 1994 in Jerusalem, Israel.
- 16th meeting, 23–26 March 1998, in Vatican City.
- 17th meeting, 1–3 May 2001, in New York City.  
- 18th meeting, 5–8 July 2004, in Buenos Aires. 
- 19th meeting, 4–7 November 2006, in Cape Town, South Africa.
- 22nd meeting, 13–16 October 2013, in Madrid, Spain.