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Poland: Mazel tov! 23rd annual Preserving Memory Awards honor more than a dozen non-Jewish Poles who preserve, promote, and care for Jewish heritage and culture and promote Jewish-Polish dialogue
More than a dozen non-Jewish Poles in central, eastern, and southeastern Poland were honored this week for their work in preserving, promoting, and caring for Jewish culture and heritage in
A new round of application for grants from the Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe is now open for three of its grants categories: Museums; Jewish Education; and Archives & Libraries. The deadline for submissions is
Poland: The former synagogue in Susz, in northern Poland, is being renovated and developed as the home of a new Regional Museum
The red brick former synagogue in the small town of Susz, in northern Poland, is being developed as the home of a new regional museum. Renovation work began early this