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Global offerings from JCC Global kickoff 2023

You are invited to a March 9th zoom call presenting: Jewish Peoplehood Latino America

seminal research project


Major findings from a three-year ground-breaking research project that surveyed the beliefs and practices of hundreds of Jewish leaders across the Latin American continent will be presented to the JCC Global community.

Date: Thursday, Mach 9th, 2023

Time: 12:00 p.m. NY time/ 7:00 p.m. Israel time (90 minutes)

To register: click here

The project was initiated by JCC Global and the Metta Saade Foundation who recognized a void in understanding current trends of Latin American Jewry. These trends can help design future strategies for strengthening local Jewish communities and serve as a basis for decision makers and funders, regionally and globally.

For that purpose, the prestigious Universidad Hebraica in Mexico City, the only Jewish University in Latin America, was hired to conduct and lead the project together with the partnership and sponsorship of JDC Latin America. Moreover, the JDC International Center for Community Development (JDC-ICCD) in Europe, that has been conducting similar European surveys for more than a decade, participated in the project; helping to compare and contrast the Latin American findings with the European ones.

Dr. Daniel Feinstein, Jewish Studies Chair of Universidad Hebraica and co-author of the study, will lead the session together with partners and respondents. Major findings, surprising tendencies and lessons learned will allow the unheard voices to take center stage.



Register to the Berlin Summit, March 26-28, 2023


Registration is now open for the 5th Summit of European Jewish Leaders (professionals and lay leaders) sponsored and led by ECJC and JDC that will take place in Berlin, Sunday, March 26- Tuesday, March 28, 2023 with an optional pre-Shabbat, March 24-26. JCC Global is honored to partner and sponsor the Summit and will lead an out of Europe delegation.

For more information and to register out of Europe delegates (via JCC Global for an early bird affiliate discount), please contact info@jccglobal.org. The Summit will focus on “rethinking the place of the Jews in a tumultuous Europe” and will offer an opportunity to deliberate the major challenges and opportunities of European Jewry today, together with several hundred peers from across Europe and the world.


Record number of participants joining the 2023 Dr. Mark Ramer JCC Global Hubs


The Dr. Mark Ramer JCC Global Hub: “Aging with Grace” in partnership with Jewish Care, UK, and JDC- Eshel will open on January 11th with a record number of 93 (!) participants from 52 cities and 9 countries. Yossi Heymann, Director of JDC-Eshel will be the first key note speaker, showcasing the “Optimal Aging Index”- a large scale Israel wide effort to improve the conditions of the aging population. Other topics include: Meaningful engagements for the 60 plus cohort, addressing dementia in a holistic way, multi-generational programming and more.


The Dr. Mark Ramer JCC Global Hub: “Jewish Peoplehood at your JCC”, made possible thanks to a special grant from Laurayne Ratner and in partnership with ANU-Museum of the Jewish People will open on January 17th with 52 participants from 26 cities and 7 countries. The program will focus on ways to bring Jewish Peoplehood concepts and practice to the local JCC and finding avenues for meaningful global collaborations. The program will also include an online tour of the ANU museum.


JCC Global overseas delegation to the JCC Association Atlanta Mifgash

More than 160 Executive Directors and Deputy Directors leading JCCs

from across North America will gather in late January in Atlanta for the JCC Association three-day yearly Mifgash. After a great success in 2022, JCC Global will lead a second global delegation from Hungary, Israel, Moldova, Poland, and Ukraine to learn, share and network with peers and colleagues.


May 2023 bring peace, healing, and fruitful global connections! JCC Global team

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