Due to unforeseen circumstances, Zoymen has been postponed. We are working hard re-imagining Zoymen so keep an eye out on our social media for more information!
Belarus is the unexplored and unknown root of modern day Ashkenazi Jewry. With presenters from around the world, join us as we showcase insights through music, presentations, conversations, quizzes, films and more. We will be exploring hidden history, overcoming severe challenges and taking a look at modern day solutions. Find out more in our programme!
As part of the European Days of Jewish Culture Festival, Zoymen 2021 (Yiddish: ‘seed’) will be focusing on the theme of Dialogue. In partnership with the AEPJ and the NOA Project, we will be exploring the unknown world of Jewish Belarus and beyond.
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The European Days of Jewish Culture
The fundamental objective of this European-wide event, which has been organised since 2000, is to highlight the diversity and richness of Judaism and its local, regional and national historical importance, with the firm intention of promoting dialogue, recognition and exchange through conferences, concerts, performances, guided tours and other activities, which take place simultaneously throughout the continent. The European Days of Jewish Culture will be held this year 2021 in a unique edition around the theme of “Dialogue”.
NOA (Networks Overcoming Antisemitism) offers a pioneering approach to tackle the problem of rising antisemitism in Europe. With its unique partnership of major Jewish networks, it evaluates EU Member States’ policies across areas, from education to culture and security, and helps them to develop holistic national action plans to address and prevent antisemitism.
AEPJ (The European Association for the Preservation and Promotion of Jewish Culture and Heritage) serves as a platform to develop cultural initiatives and educational programs to European Jewish sites.