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London and Leeds Premiere Worldwide Holocaust Educational Initiative

Friday, 9 April, 2010 - 2:57 am

jli2.jpgBeginning in May in locations throughout London and Leeds, a new six-part JLI course, Beyond Never Again, takes a fresh look at the Holocaust and examines how we should respond to it.

Created by the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute (JLI), the world’s largest network of adult education, Beyond Never Again has won support from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Yad Vashem, and more than 100 centres and institutes devoted to studying the Holocaust around the world.

Envisioned as a journey into the intense realm of meaning, Beyond Never Again examines the universal themes that the Holocaust forces us to confront, such as the nature of good and evil, and how empathy and conscience may be nurtured. The course is formulated as a series of facilitated discussions that will enable participants to articulate their personal responses to the Holocaust, and provides relevant angles on some of life’s most difficult questions pertaining to faith and suffering.

Starting in May in locations throughout London, including Hendon, Hampstead Garden Suburb and Edgware, as well as in Leeds, Beyond Never Again is expected to draw more crowds to its dynamic text-based and audio-visual classes.

The Jewish Learning Institute (JLI), is the adult education arm of Chabad-Lubavitch. Now based in almost 300 cities nationwide, JLI’s classes and programs have been attended by nearly 150,000 people since its creation in 1998.

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