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Paideia Project-Incubator 2017

Meet the 2017 Paideia Project-Incubator Participants!PI2017 - Participants Catalogue Front Page

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Apply 2017

The Paideia One-Year Jewish Studies Program offers a unique international Jewish studies experience during eight months in Stockholm with the possibility of completing a 120 ECTS Master in Jewish Civilizations at the Hochschule für Jüdische Studien in Heidelberg, Germany.

Scholarships are available towards tuition, accommodation and living costs.

For the One-Year Jewish Studies Program apply here.

Paideia Founding Director Barbara Spectre Awarded the Abraham Geiger Medal

Paideia conferance -2215At a ceremony during the Paideia Conference “Home: A Simple Notion Contested”, the founding director of Paideia, Barbara Spectre, was awarded the Abraham Geiger Medal. It was conferred to her by Professor Rabbi Walter Homolka, rector of the Abraham Geiger College at Potsdam University, with the following motivation:

Paideia is a critical component in the revitalization of Jewish European culture. By educating young leaders from across the globe in Jewish text combined with social advocacy and communal networking, Paideia offers a unique formula to train and sustain Jewish potential, building more culturally rich and pluralistic communities and a stronger Jewish Europe.

Abraham Geiger College honors Paideia founder Barbara Lerner Spectre for this unique and excellent initiative in the spirit of Rabbi Abraham Geiger.

Founded in 1999, Abraham Geiger College is the first liberal rabbinical seminary in Continental Europe since the Shoah. The Abraham Geiger Award recognizes contributions to Judaism in its many facets. It was created in 2000 on the occasion of the opening of the Abraham Geiger College.

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