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Efraim Zuroff: „Life and work of a Nazi-Hunter – Successes and failures“ Lecture in English Efraim Zuroff was born in New York, in 1970 the historian went to Israel. In 1978 he started working for the Simon Wiesenthal Center, first in Los Angeles. Zuroff now heads the organization's office in Jerusalem and is responsible for the worldwide search for Nazi criminals. Monday, 23. April 2018, 19.30 pm Gemeindezentrum der Israelitischen Kultusgemeinde 1010 Wien, Seitenstettengsse 2 Register: E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ,…Find out more »
Weizmann Young European Network and Young Jewish Business Club Vienna cordially invite to the 2018 Year-End party of WYEN.
Weizmann Young European Network and Young Jewish Business Club Vienna cordially invite to the 2018 Year-End party of WYEN. Date: Tue. 4th December 2018 at 19:00 Program: 19:00 Welcome 19:15 Reception & Flying food 20:00 Greetings 20:15 Keynote speaker: Professor Roee Ozeri, The Future of Technology 20:45 Q&A 21:00 Networking, Cocktails & After-Party with DJ Sugar Ray Among our distinguished guests are business leaders and entrepreneurs from Europe and Israel. Since space is limited, we would encourage you to RSVP…Find out more »
Commemorative ceremony on the occasion of the 74th anniversary of the liberation of the camp Mauthausen
Commemorative ceremony on the occasion of the 74th anniversary of the liberation of the camp Sunday, May 5, 2019, 10:00 am Former Mauthausen concentration camp, in front of the Jewish memorial For the trip to Mauthausen IKG also provides free buses this year: Departure on May 5 at 6: 30 clock in front of the Cafe Landtmann, Universitätsring 4, 1010 Vienna. Registrations until 15.4. to email@example.com, or in writing: Seitenstettengasse 4, 1010 Vienna or by phone: 01/531 04 201 or…Find out more »
What is Limmud? Limmud is a volunteer-driven, egalitarian, pluralist Jewish peer-learning experience that started in Great Britain 40 years ago, and has spread to Jewish communities across the globe. At Limmud, all participants are equal; conferences are open to all who wish to learn; participants are drawn from all backgrounds, ages and degrees and forms of Jewish observance; they select the sessions they wish to attend; no events are compulsory. All lecturers and presenters are volunteers; all participants and presenters…Find out more »