The capital city of Israel, Jerusalem, hosted last week the annual convention of the professional staff of EnerJew – the Jewish Youth Movement of the Former Soviet Union. Thirty two leading experts participated in the event that has an critical effect on the future of Russian Jewry.
During the five-day intensive convention, the discussions focused on a summary of the last year’s achievements and the success of the changes made in the program. In addition, programs, activities and new creative ideas were planned for next year’s activities.
FJC’s EnerJew youth movement is active in 16 different cities throughout the FSU, and is planned to grow further during this summer. It is sponsored by the Finger and Leviev family foundations and the Jewish Agency for Israel.