Paideia Alumni

From educators to artists, academicians to lay leaders, journalists, community professionals to social workers, Paideia Alumni have different professional, national and linguistic backgrounds, but are united in their motivation: their willingness to contribute to the renewal of Jewish culture in Europe.

Through its programs, Paideia has graduated almost 500 alumni from 40 countries.

Alumni Projects

With the help of the Paideia Project-Incubator, the Alumni are also an active force of change, combining their commitment to the renewal of Jewish culture with curiosity and leadership skills to create educational and cultural programs.

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Balkan Jewish Text Forum brought lectures on Jewish subjects and culture to Jewish Communities of Serbia.
Read more about Alumni initiatives

Alumni Events and Conferences

Kiev 2010Paideia arranges a number of events each year together with the alumni. 2010 events have so far taken place in Vilnius, Stockholm and Kiev. Continue reading about the various events here.

Alumni Association

The Paideia alumni association is an autonomous body, registered as a non-for-profit association in Sweden. Among other things, it runs a website that offers ongoing learning to the alumni, along with sharing of practices and allowing the former fellows to keep in touch.