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Founded in Russia in 1880 to extricate Jews from misery through the promotion of handicrafts and agriculture, ORT (Organisation Reconstruction Travail) is today an international education and training network established in over forty countries. 2021 marks the centenary of its presence in France.
You are due to come to Paris ? Book this guided tour in English available for groups
One-hour and half guided tour designed for a family or a group from 1 to 15 people, available on request in English, German, Hebrew or Spanish, at the day of your choice
Sunday 28 November 2021 and 16 January 2022 from 7 to 8 pm (Paris time G.M.T.+1)
By Madeline Diaz or Stéphanie Nadalo, English speaking guides.
Sunday 12 December 2021 and 13 February 2022 from 7 to 8 pm (Paris time G.M.T.+1)
by Madeline Diaz or Stéphanie Nadalo, English speaking guides.
From November 3, 2021 until May 8, 2022
The mahJ is showing The Parade, the series of drawings created by Si Lewen (1918–2016) in 1950. Although this Polish-born American artist was a prominent figure in American post-war art, he is still little known in Europe. The recurrent theme in his work is the inexpressible horror of the Holocaust.
From 2nd December 2021 until 6th March 2022
Are you a Jew when you ignore your religion and culture? At the end of the 1970s and the beginning of the 1990s, Patrick Zachmann led a long “investigation” of the Jews of France, in search of his own identity.