All over the world, Jewish life is diverse – and Germany is no exception.
Today around 150,000 Jews once again call Germany home. This is due in large part to immigration from former Soviet republics since the 1990s, about ten thousand Israelis who moved to Berlin, and the willingness of Jews to take root in Germany after 1945 despite the Shoah: All these groups and individuals shape German Jewish life today as well as the rest of German society.


Jewish diversity 
The online exhibition JEWERSITY from Jan Feldman showcases Jewish individuals in 15-second clips. The protagonists answer two questions: Who are you? What does it mean to you to be Jewish? The videos portray the diversity and vitality of Jewish life in Germany.