Face-to-Face Discussion on Jewish Futurism – Het Joods Manifest

Dit zijn privé discussies! Alleen voor ons. Er wordt geen publiek toegelaten tot de discussie.

Laten we ons samen een Joodse toekomst voorstellen!

These are private discussions! Just for us. There will be no audience admitted to the discussion.

Let’s imagine a Jewish future together!

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Met het Joods Manifest willen we een stem geven aan de geleefde ervaringen van Joden in Nederland. Wat hebben Nederlandse Joden nodig om zich veilig en vrij te voelen in de Nederlandse samenleving? Hoe bestrijden we effectief antisemitisme? En wat is er nodig om Joodse cultuur en Joods leven een volwaardige plek te geven in de Nederlandse maatschappij? Met het manifest doen we een poging om een antwoord te geven op al deze vragen en meer. We stellen ons tot doel kennis over Joden te vergroten en gaan in tegen tendensen om Joodse geschiedenis in Nederland te reduceren tot religie, de Holocaust en de staat Israël. Want onze geschiedenis in dit land is lang en rijk en onze levens bestaan uit zoveel meer dan trauma, oorlog en pijn. Doe je mee?

The Jewish Manifesto project gives a voice to the lived experiences of Jews in the Netherlands. What do Dutch Jews need to feel safe and free in Dutch society? How do we effectively combat anti-Semitism? And what is needed to give Jewish culture and Jewish life a place in Dutch society? The manifesto is an attempt to answer all these questions and more. We aim to increase knowledge about Jews and to counter the tendency to reduce Jewish history in the Netherlands to religion, the Holocaust, and the state of Israel. Our history in this country is long and rich and our lives consist of so much more than trauma, war and pain. Will you join us?


Apr 24 2023


19:00 - 21:00

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  • I recently moved to Amsterdam for a job at the University of Amsterdam (I am a professor in the Political Science department). I grew up in the US but have also lived in Sweden and Tanzania. I was raised in a secular Jewish household in a Jewish neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and have come to appreciate how special that experience was as I subsequently live in countries and cities with a much less visible Jewish community. Now more than ever I am interested in connecting with Jewish traditions and thus would love to get to know the Jewish community in Amsterdam.


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