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Manchester Reform Synagogue re-development

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Friday, 05 September 2014

Much has been reported recently about plans to redevelop existing sites between Jacksons Row and Bootle Street into a mixed use development including offices, bars, restaurants, apartments and a five star international hotel. Interest has been especially intense because of the involvement of football Icons Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs together with Developer and Burnley FC Director Brendan Flood, through their consortium, the Jackson’s Row Development Company. A recent Council document reveals the intended involvement of Manchester City Council as a partner in the redevelopment plans.

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Tikkun Project in Amsterdam

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Friday, 05 September 2014

Tikkun olam means repairing or healing the world. Ella Grodzinski, 18 and about to go on the Shnat Israel gap year programme with RSY-Netzer, was one of the leaders on RSY-Netzer’s first summer Tikkun Project this year. Here are Ella’s words on what the team got up to in the Netherlands and their vision for the future of the summer Tikkun Project in RSY-Netzer.

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RSY-Netzer Day Camp: encouraging confidence and positivity

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Friday, 05 September 2014

For 5-11 year olds, RSY-Netzer Day Camp is perfect for anyone who wants the magic of a youth movement experience but also wants to be home in time for tea. RSY-Netzer Day Camp is a one week, non-residential programme and everyday is jam packed with activities.

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Israel Tour: sustaining identity and commitment

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Friday, 05 September 2014

Israel Tour is a fantastic educational experience that builds a strong connection to Israel and Jewish life as well as creating friendships that last a lifetime and help nurture networks of friends that sustain young peoples’ identity and commitment. This year's six tours were sold out, making it the biggest tour in decades. Tash Shaw, RSY-Netzer Movement Worker was one of the madrichim (leaders) this year and shares her experiences.

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