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Vision 2020: Leading British Jewry into the Future

Jewish Medical Association with the Institute of Jewish Studies, UCL

Sunday, 9 March 2014 from 09:30 to 17:00 (GMT)

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Vision 2020: Leading British Jewry into the Future

 Sunday March 9th 2014

 Conference

           Convened by The Board of Deputies of British Jews in conjunction with

the Institute of Jewish Studies, UCL

in partnership The JC

 Venue: Gustave Tuck lecture theatre, second floor, Wilkins Building, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT

 Registration fee: £15. 

Student concessions and Board of Deputies members: £10 

JC READERS CONCESSION - APPLY PROMOTIONAL CODE AS ADVERTISED WHEN BOOKING

To apply for your JC free subscriber place please call 020 7415 1641

 Includes lunch and all refreshments

 This event is kindly sponsored by the family of the late Lord Mishcon


9.30-10.00:                 Registration and coffee  In the Garden Room, ground floor, Wilkins Building (South Wing

                                         entrance).  Registration will also be available outside the lecture theatre

10.00-10.05:               Welcoming remarks, Judge Laurence Brass (Treasurer, Board of Deputies), Mr    

                                         Stephen Grabiner(Chair,The JC)

10.05-10.20:               Introduction to current community trends, Dr Jonathan Boyd (Jewish Policy Research)

10.20-10.45:               The Anglo-Jewish past and the future of British Jews: how history (and myth)

                                         shapes  expectationsProfessor David Cesarani OBE (Royal Holloway, University of                                               London) 

10.45-11.10:               Leading British Jewry: Can we take lessons from social research? Professor

                                           Margaret Harris   (Birkbeck, University of London; Institute for Voluntary Action Research) 

11.10-11.30:               Refreshments in the Garden Room 

11.30-11.55:               May you live to 120 – Planning for an Older Community, Mr Simon Morris (Jewish Care)

12.00-12.45:               Panel debate with audience participation chaired by Mr Simon Rocker (The JC)

                                         Panellists include morning speakers and Mr Joe Tarsh (Union of Jewish Students)

12.45-1.45:                 Kosher finger buffet lunch with wines and soft drinks  In the Garden Room

1.50-2.00:                   The American perspective on British Jewry (short film)

   2.00-2.25:                  The view from Europe, Dr Richard Prasquier (CRIF, France)

  2.25-2.50:                  The Role of Community Centres, Mr Raymond Simonson (JW3)

 2.50-3.00:                   Short break

 3.00-3.30:                   Why lead? Ms Nicky Goldman(Lead – the leadership development division of the JLC)

  3.30-4.15:                  Panel debate with audience participation chaired by Mr Simon Rocker (The JC)

                               Panellists include afternoon speakers and Rabbi Reuben Livingstone (Chaplain to HM                                     Forces)

4.15-4.25:                   Closing remarks and summary, Mr Vivian Wineman (President, Board of Deputies) 

4.30-5.00:                   Refreshments and social in the Garden Room



 

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