On 9 October 2018 we organised a day seminar with Moshe Teller. Moshe Teller is an art therapist and specialist from Jewish Care, a Centre for Holocaust Survivors in London.

We wish you a good and sweet 5779!

It’s been 17 years already! Projects that ensure professional social, medical and psychological care for Holocaust survivors and their families are our priority.

Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes and Jewish Museum in Prague would like to invite you to a presentation of a book and a lecture by Jan Dvořák and Adam Hradilek.

We would like to inform you that the Care for Holocaust Survivors Program could also be supported through donor SMS (DMS)!

On 10 July 2018, at the age of 94, Mr. Luděk Eliáš, died. He was a theatre and film director, actor, and publicist.

We have published our Annual Report for 2017. This year´s edition is accompanied by portraits of shoah survivors photographed by Jindrich Buxbaum during the memorial meeting on the occasion of the Holocaust Remembrance Day and the Prevention of Crimes Against Humanity at the Senate of the Czech Parliament.

Our dearest honorable chairman of board, prof. Felix Kolmer, is turning 96! We would like to wish him all the best. Thank you, prof. Kolmer for your unceasing cooperation and support.

Last week in April we organised 6th year of Mechanchim seminar – a seminar for teachers and lecturers in Jewish education. It was a two-day seminar.

Central Bohemian Museum in Roztoky would like to invite you to an exhibition The Stories of Tiché Údolí – The Fates Sealed by Swastika, Hammer and Sickle.


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