European Jews in their late twenties and thirties are increasingly struggling to find a suitable marriage partner, who shares similar experiences and backgrounds.
JEP is designed to create opportunities for young professionals throughout Europe to meet in a fun and engaging framework.
JEP targets young adults, ages 27-39, who are seeking self-development and meaningful relationships.
JEP aims to create a vibrant young Jewish community focused on making a positive contribution to the world.
Action and Protection – TETT ES VEDELEM ALAPITVANY intends to provide new alternatives for feeble legal actions against deteriorating common […]
The nonprofit organization, BASSAD, arranges drastically reduced costs for religious articles and synagogue essentials and provides holyday kits, books, ads […]
The Bet Halevi Association covers more than 100 projects every year with a wide range of Jewish, cultural and educational […]
‘Betar, Dutch Zionist Activism since 1933’
We are dedicated to the revival of the Sephardic – Ladino heritage, and to developing infrastructure for Jewish communal life […]
The European Forum for Jewish women offers in – depth online courses and holds an annual weekend seminar for women […]
The European Jewish Community Centre hosts events and provides multi-lingual services and resources to officials and civil servants of the […]
Europe’s sole Jewish news and information service.Launched end 2005, the European Jewish Press is the sole online Jewish news agency […]
European Center for Jewish Students (ECJS) is drastically changing the landscape of Jewish young adults across Europe. Based in Brussels, […]
The European Jewish Development Fund is a source of centralized funding to projects that promote Jewish pride, ensure continuity of tradition, offer aid to the destitute […]
International food manufacturers depend on an extensive list of products and informational seminars certified kosher by this organization. In this […]
The European Jewish Study Network offers a meaningful introduction to Jewish learning and a memorable journey through Jewish life to individuals and […]
In the heart of the European Union, two EUJB buildings, provide complete business services to organizations operating at the EU. […]
The Federation of Jewish Communities of Ukraine, which is part of the Federation of Jewish Communities of the CIS -established by the Conference of Jewish Religious Communities and […]
Researches, Historians, and merely curious access the rich contribution of Jewish Literature in this landmark lending library founded in 2004 […]
An organized network of European Jewish lawyers, Tzedek brings anti – Jewish and terrorist activists to justice and offers legal […]
The European Forum of Russian Jewry is the brainchild of Professor Nico Gunzburg . Born in Riga on 2 September 1882, he […]
The European International Tolerance Center is an NGO. Main goals of the EITC are fundamental scientific research and educational activities […]
The Interprovincial Supreme Ribbon of the Netherlands, abbreviated IPOR, is the Supreme Organization who is responsible for Jewish affairs in […]
The Jewish community of Jurmala was registered in 1996, uniting the jews that living in Jurmala and renew jewish life […]
The Jewish Community of Madrid is the main Jewish institution of the Autonomous Community of Madrid. Its mission is to […]
The Chabad Lubavitch Movement, which provides community building assistance to many thousands of communities worldwide, started operations in Hungary in 1989. […]
In 2003 Rabbi Arie Zeev and Shaindel Raskin together with their four children (Menachem Mendel, Shneor Zalman, Chaya Batya Yente […]
Mönchengladbach’s 14th-century Jewish community was destroyed during the Black Death pogroms of 1349, when local Jews were either murdered or […]
JNEWS IS A WEB-MAGAZINE DEDICATED TO WORLD NEWS ANALYSIS. JNEWS CONCENTRATES ITS ATTENTION TO NEWS OF INTEREST TO THE JEWISH […]
Our community was officially established in 5460 (1700) as an Ashkenazi Jewish community. Currently we have a mix of Ashkenazi and sephardic […]
The Kosovo Jewish Organization (KJO) was established in 2019 and its objectives were set as follows: Promotion of culture and […]
The former Lemnaria Synagogue was constructed in 1835 and has been home to one of the city’s central synagogues for […]
Morasha develops school programs and publications, operates a network of Sunday schools and offers Bar Mitzvah preparations and holyday programs […]
The Dutch Israelite Main Synagogue Limburg is a religious community that belongs to the Dutch-Israelite Church.
The Riga Ghetto and Latvian Holocaust Museum is an independent project led by a non-governmental organization, which exists only because of […]
The Rabbinical Centre of Europe (RCE) was established in the year 2000 (5760) at the request of communal Rabbis throughout […]
SHAMIR Association is a non-profit organization whose aim is to preserve Jewish culture, history and remembrance about the Holocaust. Its activities […]
Founded in 1988 as the Šiauliai Jewish Cultural Centre, the Šiauliai County Jewish Community carries out a number of cultural, […]
The Warsaw Ghetto Museum – established by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage in 2018 – will present events […]
Our Synagogue symbolises the living miracle of the Jewish people. Despite the hard times that the Jewish community in Estonia […]
The TSKŻ (The Social and Cultural Association of Jews in Poland) is the most important organization representing the interests of […]
The only congregation in Brussels serving English-speaking diplomats, politicians and ex-pats with services, Shabbat meals and community.
The largest Jewish Community of Slovakia. Bratislava was in the past one of the most important centers of Jewish Life […]