Scottish Council of Jewish Communites
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News
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May 2017
Around 200 people of all ages from all around Scotland converged on Callendar Wood to celebrate the Jewish festival of LaG b’Omer. Click here to read a report.
Apr 2017
SCoJeC protest attempt to exclude us from a meeting in the Parliament. Click here to read a report.
Apr 2017
SCoJeC has issued a statement in response to the publication of Embracing Peace and Working For Justice, a report to the forthcoming Church of Scotland General Assembly. Click here to read the statement.
Mar 2017
SCoJeC has issued a statement following the terrorist attack near the Houses of Parliament. Click here to read the statement.
Mar 2017
SCoJeC brought Purim parties to venues from the north to the south of Scotland – and thereby fulfilled the description in the Book of Esther: “the scattered Jews, who live in remote towns, observe the 14th day of Adar as a day for happiness and partying”! Click here to read a report.
Mar 2017
Click here for our new resource marking the bicentenary of the Scottish Jewish Community: a visual representation of The Jewish Experience in Scotland, illustrating the history of the Community.
Feb 2017
SCoJeC has been awarded funding to deliver a new course for volunteers who want to help school pupils, youth groups, and social clubs to learn about Judaism and the Scottish Jewish community. Click here to read a report.
Jan 2017
Click here to listen to a BBC Scotland interview for Holocaust Memorial Day with SCoJeC Director Ephraim Borowski, Saskia Tepe, and Prof Henry Maitles
News Archive  2005-62007200820092010,  2011,  2012,  2013,  2014,  2015,  2016

 

   
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