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LivingStones Association

LivingStones Association is a non-profit organization based in Switzerland. Its focus is the continuity of Jewish heritage through education, information, involving the youth, coexistence, and in creating awareness of the changing face of anti-Semitism and anti-Israel bias. LivingStones Association is committed to the task of preserving, protecting, documenting, commemorating sites of Jewish significance, and in maintaining the evidence of surviving sites of Jewish ancestral heritage. Likrat Moldova is the youth educational program of the LivingStones Association. It is sponsored by the LivingStones Association.

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The SIG

The Swiss Federation of Jewish Communities [SIG] was founded in 1904 to protect and foster the common interests of Jews in Switzerland. Today, 16 member communities have affiliated themselves with the umbrella organisation. The SIG's main tasks are the representation of Jewish interests with the federal authorities, institutions throughout Switzerland and the media, dialogue with other religious communities, the promotion of knowledge on Judaism in Switzerland and the representation of Swiss interests in international Jewish organisations. In addition, the SIG coordinates and complements the cultural, youth and social work of the member communities.

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Hillel

“Hillel" - the largest international Jewish student organization founded in 1923 in the US and named in honor of the great Jewish sage Rabbi Hillel. Today, more than 600 "Hillel" centers operate in the United States, Canada, Israel, Latin America, Australia, Europe and Asia. You can find the "Hillel" in Sydney and Kiev, Warsaw and Rio de Janeiro, Jerusalem, Vancouver and in virtually every US university. "Hillel» CASE was established in 1996 and unites student centers in Kiev, Kharkov, Dnieper, Odessa, Lviv, Simferopol, Sevastopol, Chisinau, Minsk, Tbilisi and Baku.

The main task of "Hillel CASE - education of the new generations of educated and enlightened Jews who are proud of their heritage, the involvement of Jewish youth in the process of the revival of Jewish life and raise a new generation of Jewish leaders, the study of Jewish history, religion, traditions and culture, the formation of Jewish identity of young Jews , the implementation of programs aimed at promoting the spiritual development of young people in education and culture.

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