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Never been to Limmud Conference? It’s now called Limmud Festival! When? Limmud Conference 2017 will be taking place from Sunday 24 to Thursday 28 December 2017. It will be preceded by Limmud Shabbat from Friday 22 to Saturday 23 December. Continue reading Limmud Conference 2017, now called Limmud Festival!
Play Reading at AGM on 2 July 2017 Preceding the 2017 Second Generation Network AGM, there was a play-reading from First Generation member Ruth Barnett’s play What Price Justice? The play tells the true story behind the (German public television broadcaster) ZDF’s recently-released Continue reading Second Generation Network AGM and Play Reading
Sunday 26 November 2017 Third Generation Discussion Group with David Polak Grandchildren of survivors and refugees are invited to join a discussion group in which to explore the significance of the Holocaust in our own lives. To what extent do the events Continue reading Sunday 26 November 2017 – Third Generation Discussion group at JW3
Sunday 5 December Being Second Generation Workshop: Gaby Glassman More than 70 years after the Holocaust, children of survivors and refugees will explore how it has affected, and continues to affect, their lives. The workshop will be led by Gaby Glassman, Continue reading Sunday 5 December – Workshop: Being Second Generation
Wednesday 15 November Lunchtime Art Talk: Susan Soyinka on Albert Reuss, The Artist as Refugee A former Network committee member, now resident in Cornwall, Susan will be speaking about her new book in central London. Albert Reuss, a Viennese Jewish Continue reading Weds 15 November: Susan Soyinka Lunchtime Art Talk
An informal discussion group for Second and Third Generations and an opportunity to share your thoughts. There is no need to book, but it would be helpful to have an idea of numbers. If you would like to attend please Continue reading Tuesday 14th November – Discussion Group: Kristallnacht