Agnes Kelemen on studying at Paideia, Jewcy March 15.
Conference on Jewish-German migration in Jüdische Allgemeine Nov 14.
Gary Rosenblatt and Barbara Spectre in the Jewish week, Oct 29: http://www.thejewishweek.com/editorial-opinion/gary-rosenblatt/dont-write-european-jewry
Jana Brook (Project-Incubator 2011), Oct 14 in http://ejewishphilanthropy.com/building-jewish-community-through-dance/
Petr Papousek (Paideia One-Year Program graduate), Aug 14 on the WJC website.
JFNA Mission to Stockholm report May 13. http://www.jewishfederations.org/page.aspx?id=262563
Masha Pryven on the 2012 Paideia Alumni Conference in Heidelberg in Jewish Journal: http://www.jewishjournal.com/jewrnalism/item/104447/
EJewish Philanthropy: Paideia and the Brookdale report: http://ejewishphilanthropy.com/paideia-takes-a-look-at-itself/
Seth Cohen (Director of Network Initiatives for Schusterman Foundation): Toward the Miraculous Future: A Chanukiya of Predictions for 2012. Dec 2011.
JHub Director, Shoshana Boyd Gelfand, interviewed in a German paper:
Debbie Somers Young (OYP alumna) – blogging about Moshe Halbertal’s speech (really good recap and reminder):
Conference speaker Zygmund Bauman in Dagens Nyheter (Swedish)
and in Svenska Dagbladet (Swedish)
About Jewish renaissance in Europe. Jan 2011 in the Jewish Week.
Paideia Project-Incubator Graduates in Leadel video. Jan 2011 in Jerusalem Post.
Paideia graduates on European Jewish Renaissance on National Swedish Radio, November 2010. (Swedish/English)
Paideia in the 2010 Survey on New Jewish Initiatives in Europe
Euro-Asian Jewish Congress Newsletter 2010 on Paideia alumni conference in Kiev
EJewish Philanthropy 2010 on the Paideia Project-Incubator 2010
Polish Radio 2010 on the Paideia Project-Incubator 2010, in Hebrew
eJewish Philanthropy on the Paideia-ROI Community gathering in Kiev 2010
A new model of Jewish pluralism Antony Lerman Guardian on Paideia, 2010
JTA – Jewish & Israel News on the Paideia Project-Incubator 2009
Haaretz article 09 on the Paideia Project-Incubator 2009 (in Hebrew)
Paideia in the Compass Guide to the 36 most innovative projects for European Jewish life