Date: 28-31 March 2022 Organised by: Bet Tfila Research Unit in Braunschweig Click here to view the programme. You can join the Congress through the following Webex links: The Webex in English interface is available here. The Webex in German interface is available here. For all questions please contact Dipl.-Ing. Mirko Przystawik, ja5@bet-tfila.org

Date: June 19-21 Location: Jewish Museum Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main AEJM’s upcoming Annual Conference, June 19-21, will take place in Frankfurt (DE) and will be hosted by Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt. The programme comprises lectures, roundtable conversations, professional sessions, and network opportunities to the backdrop of Frankfurt am Main. Visit the conference page to view the preliminary programme. Click here to buy your ticket and to register for the conference. Jewish Museum Frankfurt © Norbert Miguletz

Dear NEMO members, national museum organisations, museum networks, museums,   In light of current events, and after receiving calls and messages from colleagues from all over Europe asking how they can support their Ukrainian colleagues, NEMO has decided to start collecting and monitoring support activities and initiatives from museums across the continent who want to help their Ukrainian colleagues and Ukrainian citizens at large.  Once gathered, this information will then be published online and in doing so, the objective of this proposal… | Read more »

CAJM and AEJM Statement

AEJM stands in solidarity with all cultural organisations and individuals in Ukraine. Our colleagues at the Council of American Jewish Museums (CAJM) have issued the below statement, signed by both:   Dear Colleagues,   We are writing to increase awareness around the threat to Jewish cultural property in Ukraine and other sites at risk from wartime aggressions. This morning, missiles targeting Kyiv hit the cemetery at Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center – where 34,000 Jews were murdered during the Nazi… | Read more »

Get to know best practice in online accessibility programming together with Accessibility Coordinator Wioleta Jozwiak from POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw. How to create and organize online educational workshops for children with disabilities? At the next online MEST session on 14 March we will focus on POLIN’s pedagogical strategy for online accessibility. We will take a closer look at the projects Create a communication-friendly Jewish story with us, using supportive and alternative communication, and the sensory… | Read more »