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Jewish Scotland Connected

Jewish Scotland Connected

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Jewish Scotland Connected, which is managed by SCoJeC, is a project to assist communal organisations to retain the unexpected benefits of online events now it has become possible to hold face to face activities again. We are working with partner organisations throughout the Scottish Jewish Community, and aim to develop methods  that will enable people to participate fully whether they attend an event in person or online.

While lockdown has been difficult for everyone, online events have been able to reach some people who are not normally able to participate in live activities because of disability, childcare responsibilities, transport difficulties, or other reasons. Virtual events have also been able to attract participants from remote areas of the country who would otherwise not be able to attend most face-to-face events, and have also raised the profile of the Community by attracting an international audience.

The project will provide training, equipment, and support to enable a wide range of organisations within the Jewish Community in Scotland to offer hybrid programming, and we also plan to produce training videos and worksheets which will be freely available, together with regular project news updates.

Click here to meet the Jewish Scotland Connected team

Partners working closely with SCoJeC in the early stages of this project include the the Glasgow Jewish Representative Council, synagogues in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Glasgow, as well as the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre, Edinburgh Jewish Cultural Centre, and Edinburgh Jewish Literary Society.

We are also keen to work with Jewish students and other Jewish communal organisations, so please get in touch if you'd like to take part.

For further information and to get involved, contact
Mike Beral, Jewish Scotland Connected Programme Manager / 07871 804 081


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