By Liam Hoare eJewish Philanthropy Since its launch five years ago, Jewish Heritage Europe has become an essential one-stop shop for news, information, and resources concerning, as the name indeed suggests, matters of Jewish culture and built heritage in Europe: museums; … [Read more...] about Ruth Ellen Gruber Reflects on Five Years of Jewish Heritage Europe
Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe
The Jewish Education Grant Programme of the Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe is now open for applications and can be accessed via their website. Applications to this programme will be reviewed in two stages. The first application stage is open and will close on the 20th … [Read more...] about New grants available for Professional Development and Jewish Heritage Education in European Jewish communities
By Liam Hoare eJewish Philanthropy At the beginning of the year, a lively debate took place in the pages of Mosaic on the condition of Jewish museums. Edward Rothstein posited that, by and large, Jewish museums have come to offer a “paltry view of Judaism, Jewish history, and … [Read more...] about European Jewish Museums: Universal or Particular?
By Daniela Greiber In 1949, the Israeli Institute for Public Opinion Research published a report on tourists’ experiences when visiting the newly founded Jewish state. The National Library of Israel has a wonderful array of documents and images showing the local attractions a … [Read more...] about Show a Welcoming Face to the European Visitors to Limmud Conference
A new research archive run by the Institute for Jewish Policy Research is being launched today, to provide Jewish leaders, academics and policy makers with access to the latest research on European Jewish life. The European Jewish Research Archive (EJRA) is a free-to-access … [Read more...] about European Jewish Research Archive is Launched