For the AEPJ team and its members, a week with a quite full agenda is coming to its conclusion. The days have been passing so quickly that we haven’t had the chance to tell you about a meeting that has been really important for us and that deserves to be shared with you.
Last weekend, on Sunday, we finally had the chance to meet in person the participants of the Mi Dor Le Dor Italy project.
For those of you who may have missed the nature of this project, Mi Dor Le Dor Italy serves as a platform for in-depth study and conversations with experts and practitioners about national and local Jewish heritage and how to transmit them.
It was in this intense context of learning in the field that Federica Pastoret, project manager of the European Routes of Jewish Heritage was able to join the MDLDI group in Ferrara to experience firsthand a moment of this exceptional training that the project is offering. An opportunity to experience the commitment that Michelle Nahum Sembira and Valeria Milano, coordinators of the project, are dedicating to the transmission of Jewish values proper to Italian history, highlighting also the lesser-known places and the stories still rarely told.
A real journey to discover a Jewish reality that has much to share and that we invite you to discover by going to Ferrara.