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13 December 2013


Did You Know...

Project Deborah

A new and exciting capacity building initiative, providing Jewish women with opportunities for training and coaching, professional development, and networking as well as engagement with communal organisations. For Details

JCCV's 2014 Child Protection Training

Bringing you 5 education sessions on safeguarding our children and young people. The series of sessions is designed to assist organisations to improve their Child Protection Policies and Practice  - Program Details & AJN's Article.

Jewish Care Offers A Suite of Financial Services

  • Jump Start 'Interest Free' Loans
  • Financial Counseling & Financial Aid
  • Saver Plus - Match your savings for education costs, dollar for dollar, up to $500

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MOTL 2014 Australian Community Leadership Delegation

Join MOTL on their first ever, once-off  amazing journey to Berlin and Poland as an eminent community leader to experience and fully understand the valued impact of this program. For More Details

Jerusalem Interfaith Trip

Join Rabbi Adam Stein, Rev. Dr John Dupuche and Sheikh Riad Galil OAM on a joint journey of the 3 Abrahamic faiths to Jerusalem "Understanding Each Other" in 2014. Read More

Victorian Multicultural Awards for Excellence 2013

Mazel Tov to B'nai B'rith Courage to Care Victoria - Education; Jewish Aid Australia - Service Delivery to Multicultural Victoria; and Chabad Youth - Meritious Service to the Community, on your 2013 Awards - Details

Mandela Mourned Throughout the Jewish World

Nina Bassat AM, President, Jewish Community Council of Victoria, on the passing of Nelson Mandela: "The sheer strength, dignity, ability to forgive and his clear understanding of moral imperatives made Nelson Mandela a giant among world leaders. His influence was global and he will be mourned not only by his own country, but by all. Not all of us would agree with some of his views on Israel and Zionism, but they were views which were based on his worldview, not on animosity. Mandela has left a legacy of the power of reconciliation and the possibility of achieving the seemingly unachievable.” Read More


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