By Suzanne Selengut eJewish Philanthropy At a World Jewish Congress (WJC) plenary in Argentina in March, where resolutions regarding the organization’s future were put to vote, over 40% of voting delegates from the organization’s North American chapter were under 45, with a similar percentage representing Canada. Also present at the plenary were 41 members of the WJC’s Jewish Diplomatic Corps (JDCorps), a network of young professionals who … [Read more...] about Younger Stakeholders helping World Jewish Congress Shape the Future
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“There have been too many examples of mishandling of communal funds, in Europe and here in Israel, and ‘trust us’ is just not enough anymore.” (Rabbi Uri Regev) by Jan Jaben-Eilon When the Polish edition of Forbes magazine published an expose on the long-controversial restitution of Jewish communal property from the pre-war era late this summer, it dared to go where nearly no one else was willing to venture. As the editorial alongside the … [Read more...] about Are Jewish Communal Funds in Poland Being Mishandled?