Dialogue Groups for Jewish Families

Space for sharing experience and counselling

Facing and confronting antisemitism is an utterly unique experience depending on each separate case, situation and context. It does not always concern explicit manifestations of antisemitism; more often one is confronted by barely noticeable nuances, latent resentment and micro-aggression, which is sometimes repeated. Dialogue groups aim to open space for experience exchange and systemic group counselling. All participants will be able to share their experiences, formulate personal concerns and discuss possible empowering action strategies together.