from The Times of Israel: Will merger unite UK Jewry or divide it further? American Jews, who are far less centralized, might find it strange for any single group to officially represent the community. In Britain, it is tradition. But can a grassroots group properly do the … [Read more...] about Proposed U.K. Communal Merger Raises More Questions than Answers
Archives for August 2013
We run down the difference between Facebook likes, comments and shares. by John Haydon All engagement is not created equal. Facebook knows this and so do you. Facebook’s news feed algorithm (EdgeRank) places a different weight on likes, comments and shares - giving s … [Read more...] about How to Get More Shares on Your Facebook Page
Cabinet Secretary Avichai Mendelblit's expected proposal counters the Jewish Agency chairman's plan and effectively snubs a Jerusalem court ruling which permitted the Women of the Wall to pray according to their custom in the existing women’s prayer section. ( … [Read more...] about New Government Plan Likely to Inflame Kotel Battle
The obvious answer is “of course.” There is age discrimination everywhere in the U.S. employment realm and there is little reason to dispute it in our realm as well. A recent online conversation about ageism in the nonprofit world got me to thinking about whether it is true in our … [Read more...] about Is There Ageism In The Philanthropy World?
A Jewish community that does not value and promote Jewish learning will not long endure. A Jewish community that places Jewish education “front and center” can thrive, and contribute to the society of which it is a part. by Dr. Gil Graff Shabbat is, generally, a time for … [Read more...] about A Tale of Two Synagogues