May 16, 2017

JCORE's biennial fundraising dinner was held last night, celebrating the achievements of JCORE over the last 40 years looking towards the challenges and oppurtunoities of the future.

Speeches from JCORE chair Adam Rose and Executive Director Edie Friedman followed...

May 8, 2017

In London, the community project JUMP is bringing refugees and locals together through coffee and conversation.

The two women have formed a strong bond despite their different generations, religions and personal backgrounds. Lesley is a university-educated North London...

1) Siraje 

Siraje was studying mathematics at university in Ethiopia and planned to become a teacher. But he was forced to leave in 2002 before he was due to graduate when the ethnic group to which he belongs, the Oromo, faced persecution and gross human rights violatio...

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