Based in Paris, Judith works as Communications Officer of the AEPJ to develop the communications strategy of the European Days of Jewish Culture, the European Routes of Jewish Heritage, and all other projects in which the AEPJ is involved. She graduated from Columbia University in English Literature and Political Science and is currently completing her Master’s at Sciences Po in Political Science with a research focus on the intersection of political theory and Jewish studies.

17/04/2023

Judith Teboul

Based in Paris, Judith works as Communications Officer of the AEPJ to develop the communications strategy of the European Days of Jewish Culture, the European Routes of Jewish Heritage, and all other projects in which the AEPJ is involved. She graduated from Columbia University in English Literature and Political Science and is currently completing her Master’s at Sciences Po in Political Science with a research focus on the intersection of political theory and Jewish studies.

29/07/2021

Federico Szarfer Barenblit

Federico Szarfer, based in Barcelona, works as project manager of different EU funding projects and of the European Days of Jewish Culture. He also takes care of the communication of the AEPJ. He conceives his work as the design and creation of experiences for cultural institutions, television, theatre and events. His passion is communicating Jewish culture as a pluralistic, current and meaningful heritage that can engage anyone. He is the founder and member of the Jewish Cultural Platform Mozaika in Barcelona.

29/07/2021

Marc Francesch Camps

Marc Francesch Camps, based in Girona, is the European Routes of Jewish Heritage project manager since June 2022. Cultural consultant focused on the analysis and planning of cultural systems, heritage and museums and professor at the Open University of Catalunya (UOC) Master’s in Cultural Management. He strongly believes in the role of Jewish culture and heritage in contributing to contemporary challenges, within the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda on issues such as quality education, reducing inequalities, creating opportunities, among others.

29/07/2021

Victor Sorenssen

Victor Sorenssen is director of the AEPJ since 2017. He has studied Political Science at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, where he did a stage at the Observatory of European Policies. He has been director of the Comunidad Israelita de Barcelona and founder of the Jewish Cultural platform Mozaika, where he has helped develop projects such as Sefer Barcelona, the Jewish Book Festival or the Salam-Shalom initiative.

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