Erasmus + Decra.The third meeting of the European project DECRA was held in Pula, Croatia + Read more
The AEPJ participates in the Seminar "Cultural Heritage as Recourse for Development" in Kharkiv. On the part of the AEPJ, Victor Sorenssen, presented the different projects of Jewish heritage that are being carried out by the 14 members of the AEPJ, as well as the ongoing projects of the European Days of Jewish Culture and the European Route of Jewish Heritage. + Read more
Diputació de Lleida proposes an exhibition titled "PERSECUTED AND SAVED". Since 2014, Diputació de Lleida has been promoting the project "Persecuted and Saved" with the aim of recovering the memory of the passage through the Pyrenees of Lleida of thousands of Jews who fled the persecution they were inflicted in nazi occupied Europe between 1933 and 1945. The exhibition has been put in place to publicize the project and promote its international broadcast. The exhibition furthers both the transmission of the historical episode and the broadcasting of the project itself. Access to the Exhibition Proposal
Piancenza: A cross road for the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe. On Thursday 5th and Friday 6th April a delegation from the AEPJ participated in the work meeting of the European Cultural Routes.+ Read more
Sources for the European Days of Jewish Culture 2018: Stories Are Our Most Prized Possessions by EJewish Philanthropy. This is the fifth article in a series about the role of Storytelling in Jewish Education, written by grantees of The Covenant Foundation: "Storytelling has always played a central role in the Jewish community. From the first maggids (religious storytellers) to Sholem Aleichem, who reached a mass audience in the golden age of Yiddish newspapers, to great American writers like Cynthia Ozick and Will Eisner, who invented the graphic novel, Jews have told stories to engage a community, wrestle with history, and chart a way forward.#Storytelling #Jewisheritage #EDJC2018 + Read more
On this occasion, we have the great pleasure of interviewing Peninah Zilberman, founder of "Tarbut Sighet Foundation"
Peninah created the "Tarbut Sighet Foundation" in 2014, which organizes trips to Maramures, a region in Northern Romania which hosted a large Jewish community before World War II. It was also home to Peninah's maternal grandparents. The foundation also educates about Judaism, Holocaust, and Israel.+ Read more