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Monday, June 17 • 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Judaism as a meme: planning for 2050

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A ‘meme’ is an idea or behaviour that spreads from person to person within a culture. Looking at Judaism as a meme competing with other memes in our surrounding society, we will analyse what is working and failing in Sydney and speculate on the future of Judaism in 2050 and beyond. How can we effectively transmit Jewish culture, texts, and values to the next generation? What reason are we giving people to still be Jewish in 2050?

Moderators
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Justine Saidman

Justine is Director of PJ Library in Australia and New Zealand and the Shalom: Sydney Jewish Writers Festival. She is a passionate educator and community engagement professional with a strong commitment to Jewish values. Justine has a BA in History and English (UNSW), a Diploma of... Read More →

Speakers
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Donny Janks

Donny is a politically progressive Jew from Sydney. He has a background in Habonim Dror as a madrich and chairperson and works in informal education at Emanuel School and Emanuel Synagogue. Donny is passionate about engaging young Jews through new channels for participation, expression... Read More →
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Rafael Kaiserblueth

Rafi was born in Puerto Rico and has spent time in Jewish communities across the spectrum and the globe, from Reform, Masorti, and Chabad, to the United States, South America, Europe, and Australia. Currently a member of the clergy team of Emanuel Synagogue, Woollahra, Rafi previously... Read More →
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Daphna Levin-Kahn

Emanuel School
Having fallen into Jewish Education—and into Australia—by accident, Daphna realised that her intended purpose was to tackle the tough challenges connecting Sydney teenagers to their Judaism in a meaningful, engaging, and creative manner as Head of High School Jewish Studies at... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Room 4

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