Abraham Geiger College and WUPJ Join Forces: University Training Program for Russian Rabbis to Start in September
On June 28, after a year and a half of intense negotiations, a delegation from the Moscow University of Humanities signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the World Union of Progressive Judaism (WUPJ), Abraham Geiger College and the School of Jewish Theology of the University of Potsdam to launch the university-based Machon Rabbinic Leadership Institute in Moscow. more...
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