Terezin Initiative Institute wishes to invite you to the 10th remembrance event of public reading of Shoa victims. The reading takes place on the occasion of Yom ha-Shoa. The event takes place on Thursday April 16th at 2pm in seven cities around the Czech Republic. More information is available at http://www.terezinstudies.cz/events/jom-ha-soa/jom_ha_soa_2015.html .
We wish to invite you for a lecture from the series "Ulpan presents..." that shall be held on 28th January 2015 in Langhans - People in Need center.
We wish to invite you for the introduction of the book "White Spots in Holocaust Research," which is published by the Association of Jewish Academics and the Faculty of Humanities in Charles Univer
We wish to invite you for our dicsussion café Srdečně zveme na diskusní kavárnu "70 Years after Auschwitz - Where do We Go from Here?" that shall take place on 29th January at 6 pm in Café Jedna in
In the attachment, please find the last issue of our InfoBulletin this year (in Czech).
FHV and Cafe Jedna wish to invite you to the first of a series of Cafés called "Jsem Zid a Zdrav" - encounters with interesting Jewish personalities of the Czech public domain.
The FHV board of directors published the results of the 2014 FHV grant calls for the grant allocations in 2015. Please, see the list of supported projects bellow. We wish to congratulate all the successful applicants.
We wish to thank all the visitors of our beneficiary concert, whcich took place on 13th November in Baracnicka rychta. During the concert we raised 21,000 CZK.
Our public collection bank account was re-opened for donations on November, 14th 2014. The bank account number is 502-2685554004/2700 (UniCredit Bank). Your donations shall be used in projects of care for Shoa victims, Shoa remembrance, Jewish education and development of Jewish communities. We will be happy to allocate your donation to a specific FHV project of your choice.
Thank you for your support!
The Jewish community in Teplice wishes to invite you to their presentation of the book "Jewis in Teplice - 600 Years of History." The book was written by Lenka Burgerova and Radek Spala.