The First Siach Conference: the Video

Somewhere on a small lake in the woods of Connecticut (a.k.a Isabella Freedman) an unusual group of 120 Jews, young and old with a common goal of bettering the world through environmental action and social justice got together. Coming from all corners of the world they embarked on a journey. Exploring their common ancestral origin, faith and homeland. Learning there is still much to bridge between themselves in this complex world on the way to repair it – Tikkun Olam.

About: Siach is an Environment and Social Justice Conversation that launched on May 2011, acting as a global network of experienced Jewish environment and social justice professionals, as well as highly dedicated lay leaders, from Israel, North America, and Europe. Its goal is to connect and foster collaboration based upon a shared passion and commitment to Tzedek and Tikkun Olam.

Siach is an initiative organized by Bema’aglei Tzedek (Israel), Hazon (USA) and the The Jewish Social Action Forum (UK) and is supported by UJA Federation of New York.