"Urban Pesaj" Fills Streets of Buenos Aires

photo: JDC/Heather Morgan

Thousands took to the streets of a trendy Buenos Aires neighborhood for "Pesaj Urbano" -- a favorite activity of JDC's YOK initiative, which engages people of all ages and backgrounds with Jewish culture outside traditional walls.

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Jewish Volunteers Engage in a “Week of Good Deeds” in Donetsk, Ukraine

Read how Jewish community volunteers have been promoting social engagement and help for one’s neighbors during “The Week of Good Deeds” in Donetsk, Ukraine.

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Taking Adult Jewish Education to the Next Level in Romania

Tags: Education

Read how JDC gave 400 Romanian Jews an opportunity to deepen their Jewish knowledge last week at its Bereshit Jewish Community University in Cluj.

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Restoring Dignity to An Elderly Teacher in Kazakhstan

By: Dov Ben-Shimon

In celebration of International Women’s Day (March 8), read how JDC is helping a lonely, impoverished 85-year-old woman in Kazakhstan maintain the dignity she worked so hard to achieve.

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Advancing Female Changemakers at JDC’s 2nd Int'l Women’s Leadership Workshop

photo: Ofir Ben Natan

In the lead-up to International Women’s Day (March 8), read how JDC’s International Women's Leadership Workshop in Israel is giving dynamic leaders from 13 countries an opportunity to gain new tools and inspiration for their changemaking work.

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