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2020 was supposed to mark 20 years of achievements for Birthright Israel.

Episode 33: UAE-Israel cultural ties

Candle-lighting event next week will link schools from across the world.

As a way to connect Jews of all ages during the height of the global coronavirus pandemic, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) is inviting people...

Programs and videos sponsored by the JDC will include participants from Cuba, Hungary, India, Morocco, Russia, Ukraine and Israel.

This week, 33 years ago, I stood on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. for the first time in my life, amid 250,000 American Jews and allies, listening to the legendary refusenik Natan Sharansky speak.

В декабре культурно-образовательный проект «Эшколот» при поддержке фонда «Генезис» организует три литературных онлайн-события: две лекции и курс медленного чтения.

Проект «Эшколот» приглашает на онлайн-лекцию израильского профессора искусствоведения Сары Оффенберг

Episode 31: Premier League and Covid impact. 

JPR study found London and Manchester had more excess deaths than local non-Jewish population.

In 2004, a Birthright Israel trip inspired Marina Yudborovsky to reconnect with her Jewish identity, something it has done for 750,000+ young Jews worldwide.

This Saturday is International Volunteer Day, a time to celebrate the millions of people worldwide who selflessly give of their time to aid others in need.

New data from researchers at Brandeis University show that participants in the Birthright program that provides young adults free trips to Israel continue even up to two decades later...

30 ноября Израиль и еврейские диаспоры вспоминают более 850 тыс. евреев, которых в ХХ веке вынудили покинуть мусульманские страны.

В это воскресенье, 29 ноября, PJ Library при поддержке Genesis Philanthropy Group проведет онлайн-встречу для детей и взрослых.

Episode 31: Chai’s £3m fundraiser and Israeli cancer breakthrough

Episode 30: Labour pains and domestic abuse

Организован расширенный бесплатный доступ в Интернете к курсам медленного чтения "Эшколот".

Raysn is a poem Kulbak published in 1922 while living in Berlin, its title coming from the Yiddish name given to the territory of Belarus.