GLOBAL JEWISH UNITY

Together, we are stronger than what divides us. Join us!

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GLOBAL JEWISH UNITY

Together, we are stronger than what divides us. Join us!

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A JEWISH UNITY PRIZE

The Jerusalem Unity Prize in Memory of Eyal, Gil-ad and Naftali is a joint initiative between the families of Eyal Ifrah, Gil-ad Shaer and Naftali Fraenkel, the three Israeli teens kidnapped and murdered by terrorists in the summer of 2014, together with the Mayor of Jerusalem Nir Barkat and “Gesher”.

The award acknowledges the efforts of organizations and individuals in Israel and the Jewish world who actively work to advance unity throughout Jewish communities and Israeli society.

Let us recognize those who not only live but also actively foster and publicly promote Jewish inclusion. Oneness. Sameness. Unity.
This is our chance to nominate and celebrate individuals, initiatives and organizations driving this critical movement forward.

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Who is your nominee?

Applications for the Jerusalem Unity Prize 2017 will open in December. Check back soon!

NOMINATE!
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"We cannot afford to let our differences divide us"

Nir Barkat

Mayor of Jerusalem, Prize Committee Chairman

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"I don't need you to agree with me, I just need you to care about me"

Rabbi Sacks

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, former Chief Rabbi of the UK

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"We created the Jerusalem Unity Prize, and Unity Day, to celebrate people and organizations working to bring people together"

Racheli Fraenkel

Racheli Fraenkel, mother of murdered teen Naftali Fraenkel

JACOBS

“Unity Day provides the entire Jewish people – regardless of streams, ideologies, and politics – an opportunity to pause for a moment and remember that there is more that unites than divides us. In memory of Eyal, Gilad, and Naftali, I encourage all our institutions and members to take part in this worldwide day of Jewish unity and come together as one people.”

Rabbi Rick Jacobs, president of the Union of Reform Judaism

Rabbi Rick Jacobs, President of the Union of Reform Judaism

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Unity Day’s purpose is to earmark one day to consider consciously deriving strength from our wholeness, our uniting across labels, across compartments, and across communities. Unity of the Jewish people depends upon a daily, practiced, behavioral investment.
Together, we are stronger than what divides us.
Learn more about unity not only as a concept, but more importantly, as a practice you can implement today.
Join us in embracing diversity, debate and inclusiveness!

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