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Scottish Council of Jewish Communities (SCoJeC)
Scottish Council of Jewish Communities (SCoJeC)
Scottish Council of Jewish Communities (SCoJeC)

 

 
Covid-19 Lockdown
Information and Support
Col Yisrael arevim zeh lazeh
Our responsibility as a Jewish Community is to take care of one another

last updated: 13/6/2021

What's On

Please send information of interest to members of the Jewish Communities of Scotland,
such as forthcoming events, or job opportunities to scojec@scojec.org.

Please check with the organiser for any changes of time or login details.

The Matana Club
The Matana Club sends out free boxes to over 150 Jewish children (nursery-P7) across Scotland each month. Each box contains crafts, recipes, ingredients, supplies, activities, and more relating to upcoming Jewish holidays. Click here to sign up to join the Matana Club and receive a free monthly box to help celebrate upcoming Jewish holidays.

For information contact Sydney
glasgow.youthworker@ujia.org

 
Israel Bar/Bat Mitzvah Programme
Programme for P7/S1 children across Scotland celebrating their Bar or Bat Mitzvah soon.

Click here to register

 
Teen Programming for S1 to S6
Wide range of UJIA programmes, including special (and tasty!) surprises delivered to your door!

For information contact Sydney
glasgow.youthworker@ujia.org

 
Date & Time
Venue or Medium
Contact
Event
Thursday 17 June

7.30–9.00pm

Zoom
edinburghjcc@
gmail.com
The Sounds of Displacement: Yiddish songs in the aftermath of the Holocaust

Phil Alexander and Sasha Lurje

Edinburgh Jewish Cultural Centre
Phil will take us through some of the many ways that music was a part of post-Shoah displaced refugee life. We will listen to archive materials, discover more about the ensembles and anthologies that were created out of DP camp life, and explore the importance of music under these difficult circumstances. We will see how music fulfilled many roles: documenting daily life, a vehicle for remembering atrocities and persecution, an essential way of raising spirits, and a glimpse of possible futures elsewhere. The talk will also feature live performances of some of these remarkable songs from Sasha Lurje, one of the finest contemporary interpreters of Yiddish song.
Click here to register
Thursday 24 June

7.30–9.00pm

Zoom
edinburghjcc@
gmail.com
The Good, the Bad, and the Salty:
du bist vas du est

Jane Tobias

Edinburgh Jewish Cultural Centre
In this talk, Jane will look at some of her favourite traditional Ashkenazi foods and ask the question- how healthy are these foods? And how bad can they be? After all, our ancestors ate these foods regularly and did not seem to have the kinds of ailments we see today. Jane will take a light-hearted view of the foods and cooking methods, looking at some old stories and new traditions, and explain her 80/20 vision for healthy eating.
Click here to register
Sunday 20 June

11am

Zoom
scojec@scojec.org

0141 638 6411

SCoJeC AGM

Annual General Meeting of the Scottish Council of Jewish Communities.
Contact SCoJeC to register
Sunday 20 June

7pm

Zoom
scojec@scojec.org

0141 638 6411

What's Happening to the Uyghurs?

Rahima Mahmut and Michael Polak

SCoJeC and Yet Again

This pertinent conversation will hear human rights activist and Uyghur singer, Rahima Mahmut, speak passionately on the subject, along with input from barrister in human rights, criminal, and international law, Michael Polak. The discussion will be chaired by Olivia Marks-WoldmanOBE.
Click here to register
Sunday 20 June

8.00-9.30pm

Online
 

Concealed Histories:
Nazi looting and the Gilbert Collection

Dr Jacques Schuhmacher

London School of Jewish Studies

V&A Provenance Curator Dr Jacques Schuhmacher uncovers the story of Nazi looting in the Gilbert Collection. As the children of Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe, Rosaline and Arthur Gilbert were actuly aware of Nazi crimes. But, like so many other collectors of the time, they did not ask in-depth questions about the provenance – or history of ownership – of the masterpieces they added to their world class collections. Did they unwittingly acquire objects the Nazis had confiscated or extorted from their Jewish victims?
Click here to register
Note that SCoJeC is not responsible for the content of events other than our own, and that listing on this noticeboard or use of our 'zoom room' does not imply any endorsement of the views presented.
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Volunteering and Job Opportunities
Organisation Volunteer or Job Opportunity Contact Apply by
SCoJeC
CEO
chair@scojec.org
14/06/2021
Scottish Jewish Archives Centre
Wide range of volunteer opportunities
info@sjac.org.uk
 
Queen's Park Charitable Trust
Light weeding and tidying of the cemetery. Social distancing precautions will be in place
adam@aberkley.com
 

 

   
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