1700 years of Jewish life in Germany is a cause for celebration. Deutschlandfunk agrees and is following the Year of Celebration with media programs on all its channels. All reports will be presented here on this topic page in one location.
Phoenix is supporting the #2021JLID Year of Celebration directly in multiple ways: on 21 February, they broadcast the opening ceremony live; now Phoenix is compiling all related programs on the topic 1700 Years of Jewish Life in Germany on this topic page.
WDR is supporting the #2021JLID Year of Celebration with look at the diversity of Jewish life in Germany across all its channels. Visit the WDR homepage for exciting documentaries, portraits, and conversations.
The Central Council of Jews in Germany is a significant partner of the #2021JLID Year of Celebration. Visit their topic page for speeches by Central Council President Dr. Schuster, informational materials, and all Central Council features on the #2021JLID Year of Celebration.
Deutscher Volkshochschulverband is supporting the Year of Celebration with numerous educational and cultural events. Visit this link to find a participating Volkshochschule (English: adult education center) near you and to see a comprehensive list of their events.
The German Bundestag is enriching the #2021JLID Year of Celebration with the “Shared History: 1700 Years of Jewish Life in German-Speaking Countries” exhibition, conceived by Leo Baeck Institute – New York | Berlin.
LPB North Rhine-Westphalia has prepared a number of great projects for the Year of Celebration. Check out their topic page for informational materials, publications, and media features; they will also have ongoing reporting on the Year of Celebration.
LVR is a cooperating partner for the #2021JLID Year of Celebration and is putting on numerous related events. On their topic page you will find exciting info, publications, events, and media features, and more.
In cooperation with the Year of Celebration, NRWKS (English: Cultural Department) is hosting numerous events to stimulate debate and to set an example against antisemitism. Visit their site to download a full list of all events.
The German Federal Foreign Office is raising awareness for the Year of Celebration with diverse projects abroad, thus drawing attention to the longstanding, significant tradition of Jewish life in Germany.
On the website of the Bavarian State Government Commissioner for Jewish Life and Combatting Antisemitism, for Remembrance Work and Historical Heritage, you will find a calendar listing all events in Bavaria related to the year of celebration.
Jewish life has an important place in Hamburg and should become more visible. To that end, the Hamburg Senate supports the nationwide year of celebration. The program for the first half of the year is online.
Lower Saxony is also supportingthe celebratory year with a varied program. This includes the “Wednesday Talks” of the State Association of Jewish Communities of Lower Saxony. Here, together with guests, various topics of Jewish life in Germany are highlighted
Numerous events throughout the Year of Celebration will be hosted in cooperation with the German state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. The goal is to make Jewish life visible yesterday, today, and in the future and give everyone the opportunity to get to know more about it.
In cooperation with the Year of Celebration, the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate is demonstrating how Jewish life has been a significant part of our culture for many centuries. Visit this homepage for a list of numerous events taking place during this Year of Celebration.
Under the motto “Shalom & Moin” (Moin: a North German greeting), the German state of Schleswig-Holstein is placing togetherness and encounters at the focus this #2021JLID Year of Celebration. For more information and related programs, check out the state government’s topic page.
There is historical evidence in Thuringia of Jewish life spanning at least 900 years. To mark this anniversary year, the state of Thuringia wants to shed light on the richness of Jewish life in Thuringia.
321.koeln is an initiative of the Catholic and Protestant churches in Cologne for the festival year. The two churches would like to make a contribution to perceiving and getting to know Jewish life in church, school and society and to promote good neighborly relations between non-Jewish people and people of the Jewish faith.
Leo Baeck Institut Institute – New York | Berlin (LBI)
LBI – New York | Berlin is launching a virtual exhibition on the #2021JLID Year of Celebration that shows the way Jewish history is interwoven with the people, regions, and states of German-speaking areas.