The Association of Jewish Refugees (AJR) is delighted to announce that Maisie Holland has been appointed Head of its Social Services department. …read more
Sir Nicholas Winton, the man who saved 669 Czech Jewish children from certain death in the Holocaust, made a surprise guest appearance at a screening of a film about his life on Thursday 17 January at the Hampstead Theatre. …read more
The Association of Jewish Refugees (AJR) was delighted to welcome Anna Raeburn who addressed our members at a dinner at the Belsize Square Synagogue on Wednesday 7 November 2007. …read more
In September, a reunion of refugees in the British forces was hosted by the Imperial War Museum and attended by some 200 veterans and their families. …read more
The Claims Conference has announced major improvements in the eligibility criteria for the Article II Fund. The Fund provides the equivalent of a compensation pension to Holocaust survivors who were interned in ghettos or concentration camps. …read more
We were delighted to welcome almost 400 members to celebrate our Annual Tea on Sunday 9 September at the Watford Hilton hotel.
As well as enjoying a continental Tea, guests were treated to the beautiful arias, duets and ensembles performed by singers from The Royal Opera, Covent Garden and English National Opera. …read more
The last of our Summer regional get-togethers took place in Leeds on 7 August.
Stephen Smith MBE, founder of the Beth Shalom Holocaust museum and Chairman of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, addressed almost 100 members from across the north of England and Scotland. …read more
We are seeking to appoint a qualified professional to the following position:
Head of Social Services
Owing to the retirement of the current Head, we are now seeking a qualified social worker experienced in case management preferably with exposure to working with the elderly within the UK Jewish community. …read more
Nearly $100 Million in Additional Payments to be Made Over 10 Years
In its annual negotiations today with the German government, the Claims Conference obtained eligibility for monthly pension payments for an estimated additional 1,500 Holocaust survivors and secured increases in the amounts of payments to survivors in Eastern Europe. Today’s negotiations will result in nearly $100 million in additional compensation payments over the next decade.