EventsFinding Hope | Judaism and Pre-War Jewish Life

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Finding Hope | Judaism and Pre-War Jewish Life

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM


Learn about the key tenets of the Jewish faith, including Jewish identity, religious movements, and integration within wider European society. This programme, delivered by Kristopher Clancy is designed to give a foundation in understanding why Jews were often separate from the society in which they lived, leading to common misconceptions of the Jewish faith and the antisemitism that was exploited by Nazi propaganda.

  • What do Jews believe?
  • What are traditional Jewish practices?
  • Jewish life prior to the Holocaust

A panel discussion with members of the Jewish community will conclude the event.

Kristopher Clancy is the Education Director of the Holocaust Centre of New Zealand.

Monday 19 June - Friday 30 June

Finding Hope | Seeking Refuge in Aotearoa New Zealand

An exhibition of eight graphic style banners that explain New Zealand’s response to the Holocaust and the significance of this event in our history, will be on display on He Hononga/ Ground Floor.

Graphic Design/ Roger Mason

This is event is proudly supported by the Holocaust Centre of New Zealand (NZHC)

Also in the series:

Wednesday 21 June
Zikaron Ba'Salon 'Memories in the Living Room'

Thursday 29 June
Words Documents and photos - the creation of memoir/ the South Island book launch of Resilience: A story of Persecution, Escape, Survival and Triumph

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