IsraAction Day

                                                                          StandWithUs & IsrAction Day December 18 2016   What is it? IsrAction Day is an International grassroots campaign with three main goals: [...]

December 7th, 2016|

Stayin’ alive – an Israeli comedy show is coming to London

After all our efforts advocating and fighting for Israel's case, sometimes it is needed for us to take a step back and have a good laugh. StandWithUs UK, together with Mizrahi and the ZF, is proud to host "Stayin' alive" for an exclusive, one-night hilarious show.         *Student tickets have to be bought but are refundable at the [...]

November 14th, 2016|

The StandWithUs UK-Israel Leadership Programme

   “Speaking out in schools and on Campus” StandWithUs Programme for Israel Leadership and Public Diplomacy StandWithUs is launching its flagship Leadership and Public Diplomacy Programme in the UK. The goal is to empower UK students to stand up for Israel in a well-informed way and to become active and articulate future leaders.  The programme will run from October 2018 [...]

October 18th, 2016|

Kay Wilson – UK speaking tour

  A story of survival, miracles and hope Kay Wilson, a survivor of a terror attack, is coming to the UK for a speaking tour.   This Tour is jointly sponsored StandWithUs UK and Northwood United Synagogue Israel Group. Each event is also hosted by the host organisation.     Dates and contacts:  Tuesday September 13 :   ‘Triumph over Terror’ at [...]

September 1st, 2016|

Film theatre at the Shalom Festival

The Shalom Festival Film Theatre offers a taste of Israel's landscapes, her society, culture, music, dance, street life, achievements and joie d'vive  presented in short clips of up to 10 minutes. Feel free to come and spend a few minutes or more or join us for one or both of our two  full length feature films       11.45-12.30     The little known story of the flight [...]

August 9th, 2016|

The Shalom Festival

Shalom means peace in the beautiful Hebrew language. For us at the International Shalom Festival, peace means coexistence, freedom of expression and making friends across all cultures. This summer as part of the world's biggest arts festival, the Edinburgh Fringe, there will be a major one-day Israel peace festival bringing together performers from all over Israel: Jews, Arabs, a Bedou, Christians, Druze, a Samaritan and [...]

August 2nd, 2016|
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