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Job Advert for HaMakom

HaMakom is looking to appoint a qualified Lead Teacher to deliver outstanding lessons, inspire and support the development of colleagues and secure strong outcomes for all pupils in Jewish Studies and Hebrew. You will be able to demonstrate that: you can engage and inspire pupils, set high expectations you have the ability and drive to […]

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Remembering Srebrenica – Monday 8th July

Harrow Council invites everyone to remember the genocide of 8,000 people in Srebrenica, Bosnia, 24 years ago.   The ‘Bridging the Divide – Confronting Hate’ commemoration is a chance to learn from one of the worst atrocities in Europe since the Second World War. This free event will be held in the Council Chamber from 12.30-1.30 […]

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Ealing Council adopts IHRA definition of anti-semitism

On 11th June Ealing became the last of the London’s 32 councils to finally adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of anti-Semitism. Quite why Ealing took so long is unclear: the Council is run by a predominantly moderate Labour administration which seemed set to adopt the definition last year. Some opposition emerged, hence the […]

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Mazal Tov to George Vulkan, BEM

Mazal tov to Mosaic Liberal member, George Vulkan, named in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List, for sharing his testimony with more than 6,500 people in the past five years.  George escaped from Vienna with some of his family when he was just nine.  (George, on the right, is photographed with his cousins) See also the […]

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CST Training Courses

VOLUNTEER SECURITY CST wants to ensure that you have the training you need for when you undertake security duties at shul.  We deeply appreciate the part that you play in helping to secure our community and we have built a new training course to meet your needs.  The training will teach you the essentials of […]

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Suitcases & Holdalls – Update

SUITCASES and HOLDALLS WANTED and anything to carry goods. We have now collected 94 cases as of Wednesday. Please help us to get up to the 100. We will then keep trying to reach the next target of 175 cases which will be 50% of what I am looking for. If you drop off cases […]

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Scams and Fraud – raising awareness

Worried about Scams and Fraud? To mark World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, Harrow Council is running a Drop-In session on Monday 17th June (any time from 9am to 1pm) in the members lounge at the Civic Centre. This drop-in session is primarily for older people (but all are welcome), the focus will be raising awareness […]

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Any Old Computer Equipment – 3 Years On?

IT Schools Africa is one of the charities supported through an educational charity of which Nick Prentice is a trustee, and members will recall we organised a very successful collection at Mosaic in 2017. Nick is organising another collection to take down to ITSA in Cheltenham at the end of July and would be grateful […]

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Why Was This AGM Different From Other AGMs?

The 2019 AGM of Mosaic Jewish Community was quite a bit different. It opened with Co-chair Mark Phillips challenging the audience to find another person in the audience and discuss what would transform their Jewish life. This might be an idea, a problem, an opportunity, something we could be doing, or something we shouldn’t! It could […]

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Suitcases & Holdalls – Update

SUITCASES and HOLDALLS and anything to carry goods wanted. Thanks to everyone who has donated suitcases as part of our mission to collect 350 cases or holdalls, irrespective of size,  in the next 12 months. We have received a letter of thanks from Restart Enterprises which can be read here. The suitcases and holdalls are […]

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