25 Years Together in the Former Soviet Union: Celebrating Progressive Judaism’s Growth and Strength at the World Union for Progressive Judaism FSU Biennial
More than 120 rabbis, professional staff, Netzer staff and community chairs from congregations across Russia, Belarus and Ukraine came together in Minsk on September 15-18 for the FSU biennial convention of the World Union for Progressive Judaism (WUPJ). more...
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The youth movement of the World Union for Progressive Judaism, Netzer Olami, includes approximately 18,000 young people throughout the world. Learn more
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