14th February 2020
Radzanów. A novel "The Girl Who Stole Everything"
A novel "The Girl Who Stole Everything" is an exploration of contemporary Poland and Canada as sites of Jewish memory and history.
5th December 2019
Janina Ludawska 1921-2019
With great sorrow, we advise that Janina Ludawska passed away in Warsaw, on 4th December 2019, at the age of 98.
27th November 2019
Grybów – a Monument Erected at the Cemetery Remembering the Town’s Jewish Residents
Work on the cemetery was made possible by the “Ludzie, nie Liczby” (“People, Not Numbers”) Foundation, together with local activists.
26th November 2019
Szydłów – Renovation of Synagogue Completed
How does Szydłów synagogue look now after renovation and what can tourists expect to see?
25th November 2019
Poznań – Matzevot Found in Lake Rusałka
Work is underway to extract matzevot and other headstones hidden in the waters of Lake Rusałka.
24th November 2019
New exhibition in the Upper Silesian Jews House of Remembrance in Gliwice
The exhibition “Jews in the Political Arena of the Second Polish Republic” will remain on view until 18th December 2019.
19th November 2019
The 2019 POLIN AWARD – Here are the Nominations!
The winner of the 2019 POLIN Award will be announced on 3rd December 2019 gala ceremony at the POLIN Museum.
6th November 2019
Warsaw. Jewish Theatre is appealing for photos of Jewish soldiers
The materials will enrich the scenery for “Berek” directed by Maja Kleczewska, with dramaturgy by Łukasz Chotkowski.
31st October 2019
Krościenko nad Dunajcem. Dariusz Popiela przywraca pamięć o Żydach
His foundation is memorialising Krościeńko Jews and has cleaned up the cemetery there. Now, he is turning his attention to Grybów.
29th October 2019
2018 Nobel Prize in Literature for the Author of 'The Books of Jacob'!
Discover pieces of the history of Polish Jews in the works of Olga Tokarczuk.
23rd September 2019
Łódź: Szewach Weiss Awarded the Peace Prize
He has been honoured for his work in promoting tolerance and understanding amongst peoples.