When JW3 first opened its gates at the end of September 2013, the aim was to welcome in 60-65,000 visitors across its bridge every year. A week before celebrating five years of outstanding Jewish community building, culture, theatre, cinema, music, art, family events, summer … [Read more...] about London’s JW3 Celebrates 1 millionth Visitor
By Daniela Greiber A two-hour ride north east of Stockholm takes you to Glamsta summer camp, the crown jewel of the Swedish Jewish community. In consecutive operation for 109 years, Glamsta invokes cherished memories for most Swedish Jews. As the camp director showed me around … [Read more...] about Four Site Visits and Some Thoughts on European Jewish Camping
By Kate Goldberg [Editor's note: While this essay isn in response to specific updated legal requirements in both the UK and EU, the important issues of funder governance raised are applicable world-wide.] After the very public collapse of Kids' Company in 2015 and more … [Read more...] about Governance – Are We Getting it Right?
By Jenni Frazer The chief executive of UJIA, Britain’s biggest pro-Israel charity, has spoken with regret of “provocative acts and provocative language” on both right and left of the political spectrum. Speaking before UJIA’s first structured dialogue, “Ceasefire,” held at … [Read more...] about British “Federation” Head Regrets ‘Provocative Acts and Language’ during Israel Dialogue
Jewish Quarterly, a journal of essays, reviews and opinions based in London, is re-launching with a digital edition created in partnership with digital publishing company Exact Editions, which now includes the full archive dating back to 1953. The archive comprises over 200 … [Read more...] about Jewish Quarterly partners with Exact Editions to Launch Full Archive