How to help cyclone victims in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe
JDC is highlighted by the national broadcaster among aid groups for its relief efforts in response to Cyclone Idai in Mozambique
The Jerusalem Post
Israeli Innovative Social Justice Wins Zero Project Foundation Award
A piece on JDC’s recent receipt of the Zero Project Foundation Award. The award, which recognizes innovative solutions to the needs of people with disabilities, was given to JDC for its Volunteering for Change program.
40 Miles From Auschwitz, Poland’s Jewish Community Is Beginning to Thrive
The revival of Krakow’s Jewish community was the subject of a piece, making special mention of the Krakow JCC and JDC’s role in its establishment.
The Jerusalem Post
Zusman-JDC Prize Recognizes Team Effort In Bringing About Social Change
A piece about JDC’s 15th annual Zusman Prize, a social services award which recognizes those responsible for helping advance communities within Israeli society, quoting Sigal Shelach, Director-General of the JDC-Israel.
A 16-Couple Cuban Jewish Wedding, And 5 Other Happy News Stories From This Jewish Week
Coverage of a joint Jewish wedding ceremony of 16 couples in Havana, highlighting the growth of the Cuban Jewish community.
Times of Israel
Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein: ‘One is the number that matters’
A JDC tribute piece about the late Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, z”l
The Wall Street Journal
Preserving the Traces of Egypt’s Lost Jews
A piece about Egypt’s Jewish community and efforts to preserve its heritage highlights JDC’s aid to the country’s remaining Jews.
Letters to the editor: Israeli agritech
JDC addresses the use of Israeli agritech for humanitarian use, noting its current TOV work in Africa for smallholder farmers.
And Now for the Good News: Dr. Rick Hodes
Dr. Rick Hodes discusses his over 30 years of lifesaving work in Ethiopia as JDC’s Medical Director
Under the Chuppah in Havana
Sixty years since the Cuban Revolution, the group wedding of sixteen Jewish couples is emblematic of the revival of Jewish life on the island and JDC’s ongoing role there.
Help Indonesia Tsunami Victims
JDC is highlighted by the global broadcaster among aid groups responding to the latest deadly tsunami in Indonesia.
Hanukkah, in all its light, rises among post-Soviet Jewry
For Chanukah, JDC CEO David Schizer reveals the untold story of post-Soviet Jews, their triumphant revival, and the plight of Jewish elderly.
Wall Street Journal
Education and Anti-Semitism – Too many young Europeans know little about their brutal past.
An editorial discussing the importance of Holocaust education in fighting anti-Semitism highlighted JDC’s recent European Jewish Leaders Survey.
The Jerusalem Post
Anti-Semitism in Europe
This editorial features data from the JDC’s 4th European Jewish Leaders Survey discussing the state of anti-Semitism in Europe.
The Jewish Week
From Kiev To Croatia, Jewish Teen Life Is Thriving Against The Odds
Ezra Moses, a former JDC-BBYO Fellow, wrote an op-ed for The Jewish Week on his recent experience at JDC’s Active Jewish Teens convention in Kiev.
Giving Tuesday Streamathon
Giving Tuesday Streamathon: JDC
Marjory Appel, JDC’s Chief Marketing Officer, spoke with Forbes’ Devin Thorpe on Giving Tuesday about JDC’s end of year campaign to raise money to support the elderly in the FSU.
Survey of European Jewish Leaders Shows Rising Concern About Antisemitism, Growing Support for Israel, With Jewish Education as Top Priority
In a news analysis, JDC CEO David Schizer is interviewed about JDC’s 4th European Jewish Leaders Survey and its impact on Jews in Europe in coming years.
European Jewish communal leaders: Apathy and internal alienation a greater threat to our future here than antisemitism
An analysis of the findings from the JDC’s 4th European Jewish Leaders Survey, including data on the alienation of Jews from communal life and lack of engagement by communal members.
Most European Jewish Leaders Expect to Face More anti-Semitism, New Survey Finds
In this piece, Haaretz spotlights JDC’s 4th European Jewish Leaders Survey and a link between rising anti-Semitism in their respective countries and events in Israel.
New European Jewish Leaders Survey: Staying Put, Despite Growing Concern
An op-ed on JDC’s 4th European Jewish Leaders Survey explores critical findings and trends to be addressed by those work on the Jewish future in Europe.