BBYO is a Jewish, pluralist, peer-led movement which strives to inspire, develop and empower Jewish youth. We offer various events throughout the year, as well as weekly chapter meetings in 8 locations throughout the UK and Ireland. In addition to a month-long Israel Tour, we offer a unique “second-timer’s” trip back to Israel; numerous leadership development events; a 6-month “gap year” in Israel; and a 10-day summer camp.
Bnei Akiva is the UK’s largest Jewish youth movement, with weekly activities for over one and a half thousand young people. Bnei Akiva is the Religious Zionist youth movement and was founded in Jerusalem in 1929 and in the UK in 1939. As well as weekly activities based mainly in local shuls we run individual camps every summer and winter for schools years 6-12. We are proud to run a month long Israel Machane for young people aged 16 and acclaimed gap year programmes in Israel. Bnei Akiva runs a weekly Limmud programme with chavruta learning and guest speakers attracting over 120 people across Manchester, London and Birmingham. There are loads more things going on in the wide world of Bnei Akiva from blood drives to old age home visits, and from tzedaka projects to five aside. To find out more visit www.bauk.org.
Habonim Dror encourages all its members and participants to combine the ideas of striving for a better world with having an informed, meaningful Jewish life; to create active, dynamic, Jewish citizens.
Habonim not only encompasses all the things that make youth movements such a vibrant and important tool (leadership, informal and fun education), but goes beyond, and focuses a lot of its efforts in actualising its core values of equality, seeking justice and looking out for others both within and beyond our community.
Now in its 80th year, Habonim Dror offers weekly activities nationally (London, Manchester, Glasgow, Liverpool, Leeds) as well as Summer Camps for ages 9 – 15, non-residential holiday schemes for ages 9-11, an Israel Tour for 16 year olds and leadership training for ages 16-20.
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Hanoar Hatzioni is a pluralist youth movement and so caters for all young Jewish people no matter their religious affiliation.
Hanoar Hatzioni runs activities throughout the year for all young people ages 8 – 23 including weekly and monthly activities, summer camps, Israel tours and gap years.
JLGB is a thriving national Jewish youth organisation. Since 1895 we've been giving young Jewish people the chance to make and meet up with friends, learn skills and share amazing experiences. Our members are a friendly, interesting and impressive bunch, looked after and led by inspiring and dedicated leaders.
Every week, our groups (or companies as we call them) get together in virtually every Jewish community in Britain - there are groups for 8-11 year olds (‘Juniors') and groups for 11+ (‘Seniors'). We also offer bands (11+), camps, sports, badge schemes and national awards including The Duke of Edinburgh's Award (14+) and educational tours (Adventure Israel Tour for 16+ and Discover Europe Tour for 17+).
LJY-Netzer is the youth movement of Liberal Judaism and a branch of the worldwide Progressive Zionist movement Netzer. Our values are centred on Liberal Judaism, a modern and evolving Judaism that places a heavy emphasis on ethical action and social justice. Working with the 35 communities of Liberal Judaism, approximately 300 members aged eight to 23 make up the LJY-Netzer community. We run over 25 residential and non-residential events every year, including an eight-month 'gap year' programme, a two-week summer camp and a one-month Israel Tour.
Noam’s ideology is made up of five branches: Masorti Judaism, Tikkun Olam (repairing the world), Democracy, Hadracha (leadership) and Zionism and runs weekly clubs throughout the year in all the Masorti communities. Noam also run a weekly leadership course (Meltam and Masa) for school years 11 and 12 to learn the skills and gain the experience to become madrachim (leaders) on camp. Please visit the Noam website for details on Locations of clubs, summer camps and Israel tours and gap year programmes (Drachim).
RSY-Netzer is the UK's largest Reform Zionist youth movement. We run summer and winter camps for 10-15 year olds, Israel Tours, a gap year in Israel and regular informal activities in Reform synagogues around the country. If you want to get involved in a welcoming community that is passionate about bettering our world, questioning and engaging with our tradition, and just spending quality time with good mates, then RSY-Netzer is the movement for you.
'UJS serves as the sole communal body representing all Jewish students to the Jewish and wider community. As a Union directed by its members, UJS' priority is to meet the needs and demands of our members both individually and through Jewish Societies (J-Soc).
Our primary focus is over fifty J-Socs throughout the UK. UJS offers each J-Soc the expertise, guidance and resources to enrich Jewish student life on campus.'
Jewish Life Education Centre is a project of UJIA, a registered charity in England and Wales No. 1060078 and in Scotland No. SC039181.
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