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I Survive Theresienstadt

“To understand does not mean to forgive:” The story of Robert Fischermann, an 85-year-old concentration camp survivor.

Document / Presentation 2019

JDC ISRAEL Activities with the Haredi Population: Initiatives, Projects and Partnerships

This book on JDC’s activities within the Haredi community joins the documentation series of JDC’s activities with its various target populations. This document reflects JDC Israel’s mode of operation, its vision and goals and its continuous work with JDC’s major government partners

Document / Presentation 2012

JDC and the Ethiopian Immigrants in Israel: Summary

This book, part of a five-part series, describes the depth of JDC’s activities with Ethiopian immigrants during the first half of the 1980’s and until the end of 2010. The documentation touches on a variety of aspects related to the absorption of Ethiopian immigrants in Israel

Document / Presentation 2012

Bearing the Trauma: School-Based Interventions for Students Affected by Traumatic Events

A book on coping over time with trauma of any kind, whether due to national conflict,or to disasters at the personal, familial or social levels. The book focuses on the personal and professional aspects of counselors’ ability to intervene effectively with traumatized students, as well as the specific needs that traumatized children have. These needs […]

Document / Presentation 2008

Photography with Joy

Holocaust survivors present photographs that explore themes of courage during the Holocaust, love, Jewish existence, and life itself. JDC Eshel’s “Photography with Joy” program utilizes photography as a therapeutic tool for Holocaust survivors to cope with the traumas of their past and share their stories.

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