ENA Trainee, Préfecture de Meurthe-et-Moselle, Nancy, France. 11 November 1957 (second from the right)
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ENA, Promotion Vauban [Graduation class of ENA] 10 January 1958 (fourth row from the bottom, second from the left)
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Technical advisor to Alain Poher, acting President of the French Republic, April–June 1969
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Meeting between Gershom Scholem (1897-1982), Professor of Jewish Thought at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Mohammed Arkoun (1928-2010), Professor of the History of Islamic Thought at the Université de Paris III, in the presence of Roger Errera, at the Maison des sciences de l’homme, Paris, 23 May 1979
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Dinner during a meeting of the UN Human Rights Committee, Geneva, July 1983
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Start of the legal year at the House of Lords, London, in October 1986. Roger Errera was invited to attend by Baron Hailsham of Marylebone, Lord High Chancellor (1979-1987), to whom he is being introduced.
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At the Salzburg Seminar in American Studies, Salzburg, summer 1992
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High Council for the Judiciary, Paris, 19 July 2001 (third from the left)
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Honorary Fellow, University College, London, 8 May 2002 (to the right of Roger Errera is Sir Christopher Llewellyn Smith, President & Provost of UCL; to the left of Roger Errera is Lord Young of Graffham, Chair of the Board of Governors of UCL)
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Participation in the Apostrophes programme, presented by Bernard Pivot, on the protection of the right to privacy. Antenne 2, ORTF, 20 June 1975

Participation in the Médiations programme, presented by François de Closets, on telephone tapping, TF1, 1990

Presentation of the “Diaspora” collection by Roger Errera, Musée d’art et d’histoire du judaïsme (MAHJ), Paris, 12 janvier 2006

Paul and Bella Errera, parents of Roger Errera, interview by Professor Haïm Vidal Sephiha in Judeo-Spanish, Paris, 1994  [>translation]