The Biggest Jewish Cultural Event in Finland
What's it all about?
In Hebrew, Limud means learning- and that's what it's all about. We are a
community that creates spaces and places so that you can craft your own Jewish
experience, explore your connection.
Limud is also a Jewish Cultural Learning festival – an annual event in Helsinki,
open to everyone with a Jewish connection, from the age of 3 to 103…
Limud is accessible and totally volunteer-run and participant driven – we are all
Limud is also… much more!
Find out for yourself and join the experience!
Helsingin jiddish-kabareen monet kasvot /// Jiddishinkielisiä levyharvinaisuuksia Harry Orvomaan levykokoelmasta
Judaism in Popular Culture /// Testimonial of the Condemned - forgotten survivors´ testimonies ///
Jewish Papercuts in a Nutshell
Holiness, worship, and politics: Trends in the perception of the sacred space in contemporary Judaism /// Judaism and the environment - can Judaism offer a fruitful environmental gospel?
Torah and Cutting Edge Therapeutic Modalities: What do the Jewish Sources have to say about them? /// A Torah Vision for Society: Tackling Modern-day Issues with an Ancient Lens /// Mindfulness and Jewish Thought: What is it and how to do it?
Human rights as a legacy of the Holocaust: the case of the Ukraine war /// The Uyghur Genocide and our responsibility to act today
Suomen Kirkko ja juutalaisuus –työryhmä
Kirkko ja juutalaisuus
Social Psychology profile of terrorist leaders in Israeli prisons
/// The changing profile of terrorism in Israel and around the world /// Radicalisation processes in Israel and around the world
”We, the expelled”: Historical Experiences among the Forced Polish Jewish Migration that came to Sweden 1967-1972 /// What is antisemitism and what is racism?
Between Behemot and Unicorn: Jewish fantastic beasts and symbolism – lecture /// Jewish Papercuts in a Nutshell
Debunking Antisemitism in Finland
Chaya & Zushe Abelsky
Modern-Day Miracles - Real-life stories of how thousands of Ukrainian refugees were saved /// Charity, Shmarity - Why not just have the rich people give and leave me alone? /// Superwomen - Today's religious women are rocking it in every way, and religion is their superpower!
Szonja Ráhel Komoróczy
The importance of wearing tsitses: A juicy story from the Talmud /// How should we imagine Sinai?