(Pol. Jewish Committee for Colonisation) – an organisation established on the initiative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in late 1938 to boost Jewish emigration from Poland, primarily to Palestine, intending to use the influences of Polish and foreign Jewish organisations. Moses Schorr became the chairman of the Committee, and members included representatives of assimilationists, Agudas Isroel and some Zionists. The activities of the Committee, however, did not bring the results expected by the authorities.
Za: Tomaszewski J., Żbikowski A., Żydzi w Polsce. Dzieje i kultura. Leksykon, Warszawa 2001.