Since 2008, the Rachel and Jacob Gordin Fondation has helped Jewish schools fund property projects. The Foundation for the Memory of the Shoah houses the Gordin Foundation in the framework of a partnership with the United Jewish Social Fund, the Harevim Fund and the Rothschild and Sacta-Rashi Foundations.
Dans un contexte difficile, la Fondation pour la Mémoire de la Shoah intensifie son soutien aux organisations juives pour les aider à construire l'avenir du judaïsme français. Le Conseil d'administration de la FMS a ainsi engagé une enveloppe exceptionnelle de 10 millions d'euros sur trois ans afin de participer de manière significative au financement de grands projets structurants.
Created in 2006, the European Institute of Jewish Music collects, preserves and enhances the Jewish musical heritage. An archive and documentation centre based in Paris, it also helps contemporary artists to make themselves known by publishing and distributing CDs.
Between 1905 and 1939, Paris attracted artists from all over the world. In this melting pot centered on Montparnasse, one group set itself apart: the Jewish artists who came from Russia, Poland, and across Central Europe. Although their styles varied, a common fate united them: they had fled the anti-Semitic persecutions in their home countries.
The movie reconstructs the history of the oldest ghetto of Europe, thanks to the memories and to the testimonies of witnesses, custodians of the memory and of the complex evolution of the Jewish community in Venice.
Since 2013, the former synagogue of Clermont-Ferrand has become a place dedicated to the history of the Righteous among the Nations of Auvergne and more generally to the history of Judaism in Auvergne. It organizes exhibitions, offers educational workshops and hosts conferences, debates and inter-religious meetings.
On the initiative of the B’nai B’rith Representation to UNESCO, under the patronage of UNESCO and with the participation of Paris Yiddish Center - Medem Library, this symposium will highlight the continuity of Yiddish language and culture thanks to the contribution of many international experts.