Israeli journalist and author Nir Baram set out to find out what life is really like for people living in the West Bank. Sometimes, he found words could not do justice to their experiences
To some people, knowing that your grandparents were Nazis would be a burden too difficult to share. To the acclaimed British novelist, it has been the source of a literary mission
Having risen to the top of the Australian corporate world, Ilana Atlas says the time was right for her to become involved with a Jewish community organisation
The complex relationships linking Israeli and Arab lives were explored and discussed last weekend at a special Plus61J screening of the film, A Borrowed Identity.
For Australian rock icon Deborah Conway, being a musician and being Jewish are intertwined, which is why she loves the challenge of leading this year’s Shir Madness festival.
Tony Nash will join his father Peter at the upcoming Sydney Jewish Writers Festival to discuss Peter’s memoir about his escape from Nazi Germany and life in Shanghai during World War 2.