Pesach is approaching and we are happy to announce that our Matzah Handout for the community has begun.
To commemorate the first deportation train with 2,800 Jews from Thessaloniki, 79 years ago, the Jewish Community together with the Municipality, the European March of the Living Network and three local universities organized this Sunday, a joint silent memorial march. More than 2,000 people led by the Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulo, the European Commission Vice-President Margaritis Schinas, […]
The conference in Budapest, Hungary, was organized by the Rabbinical Centre of Europe and presented many practical halachic issues that concern Rabbis and Kashrut organizations throughout Europe. The Rabbinical Centre of Europe (RCE) held a kashrut conference with the participation of almost 100 rabbis and leaders of the prominent kosher organizations in Europe. The three-day […]
”This clean-up operation is a continuation of the international student-led ‘’Make Their Memory Shine movement,’’ aiming to clean all Stolpersteine in Europe through an intercultural and educational environment. This massive operation will be aided by dozens of individuals from all walks of life alongside a social media awareness campaign under #MakeTheirMemoryShine. Ahead of Yom […]
Source: Rtbf evening news
Volunteers are aiming to clean all 458 Stolpersteine (or “Stumbling Stones”) in Brussels ahead of Holocaust Remembrance Day, which starts on Wednesday evening. The student-led organisation ‘Make Their Memory Shine’ has organised teams of volunteers from all walks to life to join them in cleaning the stones laid across the Belgian capital. A Stolpersteine is a […]
Another successful Bar-Mitzva/Bat-Mitzva event, Organized by Morasha and European Jewish Association Partner organization. For more pictures of the trip go to the following link: https://drive.google.com/.../1aQjEkd2wdVfuCwUc2CmfRI4P2fu... +16 1,768 People reached 100 Engagements Boost post 5555 1 Comment 5 Shares Like Comment Share
The European Jewish Association (EJA), an organization which represents Jewish communities across Europe, will bring around 130 political personalities and Jewish leaders from across Europe and abroad to Krakow for a symposium around the importance of education in combating antisemitism which will be followed by a visit to the Auschwitz-Birkenau former death camps.