Regional Nahum Goldmann Fellowship with Limmud FSU in Minsk!
November 6, 2019
Dear Limmudniks!

We invite you to apply to the joint Regional Nahum Goldmann Fellowship partnered with Limmud FSU in MINSK, BELARUS, on FEBRUARY 9 - 11, 2020!

We are partnering to create a focussed Fellowship aimed at addressing the needs and concerns of Jewish leadership within the FSU. Participants in this joint Regional Nahum Goldmann Fellowship/Limmud FSU will confront and debate issues and questions relevant to their Jewish communities and to the future Jewish identity in the FSU.

The faculty - "Ideas, Identity, and Relevance: To Life! Towards a Jewish Communal Future in the FSU" will include:
* Prof. Moshe Halbertal, Gruss Professor, NYU Law School & Professor of Philosophy, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
* Yulia Patrakova, Teacher, Jewish Educator, Art & Literature Historian, St. Petersburg, Russia
* Ilia Salita, President and CEO, Genesis Philanthropy Group, New York, USA
* Dr. Anna Shternshis, Al and Malka Green Professor of Yiddish Studies, University of Toronto, Canada

The language of the Fellowship will be Russian and English. The tentative program can be viewed here :

So if you are: between the ages of 25-40, living in the FSU and have motivation and interest in Jewish learning and living, capacity for individual growth, professional and communal achievements, and leadership potential - you are eligible to apply.

Applications for the Limmud FSU/Regional Nahum Goldmann Fellowship will close on December 2, 2019.

A special thanks to The Pincus Fund for Jewish Education, our sponsors in this wonderful project.

Apply now at the link below, and good luck!
The Nahum Goldmann Fellowship occupies a unique place in the Jewish world offering high level learning that crosses religious, ideological, political, and geographic lines. As the centrifugal forces in the Jewish world increase in volume and vilification, the NGF offers a compelling counter-force. The Fellowship encourages individual Jewish expression, informed by engagement with serious Jewish scholarship and by real interactions with other young Jews who represent the full spectrum of the Jewish people.

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