FINAL EVENT OF THE PROJECT ON “TOLLERANCE, DIALOGUE AND COOPERATION: JEWISH TRADITION, CULTURE AND HISTORY AS PART OF THE MACEDONIAN MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY”

The project on “Tolerance, dialogue and cooperation: Jewish tradition, culture and history, as part of the Macedonian multicultural society”, implemented in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Science, Bureau for Development of Education and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation ended on 27 May 2016. The project included the elementary schools

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COMMEMORATION OF YOM HASHOAH

The Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia, together with the Jewish Community in the Republic of Macedonia commemorated Yom Hashoah – the National Remembrance Day of the Holocaust and Heroism of the State of Israel. It commemorates the uprising of the Jews in the Warsaw ghetto in 1943 and

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PUBLISHING OF A BOOK: “THE TEACHER AND THE INTERLOCUTORS” BY D-r. ELIEZER PAPO

Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia, in cooperation with the Jewish Community in the Republic of Macedonia, published the book “The Teacher and the Interlocutors” by d-r. Eliezer Papo from Israel. This book is anthology of post-historical stories, with homework, divided in five hours and four breaks. The promotional

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MEMORANDUM OF COOPERATION SIGNED BETWEEN THE INSTITUTE FOR GEOSTRATEGIC RESEARCH AND FOREIGN POLICY AND THE HOLOCAUST FUND OF THE JEWS FROM MACEDONIA

Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Institute for Geostrategic Research and Foreign Policy, under the umbrella of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on 14 April 2016. The signing of this Memorandum is about cooperation in the research and other activities pertaining to

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COMMEMORATION IN THE CITY OF SHTIP IN HONOR OF 7144 MACEDONIAN JEWS DEPORTED TO TREBLINKA

On the occasion of 73 years from the deportation and holocaust of 7144 Jews from Macedonia, “11 March”, delegation of the Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia visited the city of Shtip on 10 March 2016. The city of Shtip traditionally hosts a three-day program organized by the Jewish

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Charter and Honorary Medal were awarded to the Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia

On the occasion of the end of World War II, the Russian organizational committee “Pobeda”, lead by Vladimir Putin, officially awarded the Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia with a Charter for Maintaining the Remembrance of the Fight Against the Fascism. In addition to the plaque, the Russian Ambassador

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Memorandum of Cooperation signed between the Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia, the Municipality of Shtip and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Macedonia

Today in Shtip a Memorandum of Cooperation was signed between the Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia, the Municipality of Shtip and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Macedonia, in the presence of the ambassador of the State of Israel in the Republic of Macedonia, Dan Orian.

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Memorandum of Cooperation signed between the Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia and the Headquarters of Archives of the Republic of Albania

A Memorandum of Cooperation was signed today in the Holocaust Memorial Center of the Jews from Macedonia, between the Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia and the General Headquarters of Archives of the Republic of Albania. The purpose of this Memorandum is establishment of cooperation between these two institutions

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Bulgaria’s participation in the deportation of Jews from Macedonia

Bulgarian government direct involvement in deportation of Jews from Macedonia in 1943 is a historical fact supported with many documents from Nazi archives proving that Bulgarian authorities in Skopje 1943 were not only aware of deportation, but they organized taking Jews from their homes and transport them to extermination camp

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The “Limud Keshet” Conference organized for the first time in Macedonia

For the first time in Macedonia, the Jewish community in the Republic of Macedonia was hosting the “Limud Keshet” conference which congregates Jews from all former Yugoslavian countries, from all ages. The Conference took place in Hotel “Drim” in Struga, from 1 to 4 November 2012. The Program included a

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