Ambassadors of remembrance-
Second and third generations of the Holocaust speak out
A 21st century Jewish consciousness and identity preservation social startup
The Institute for the Advancement of Teaching, Learning and Integration in the Education System
Founded by Prof. Yehuda Amir
To initiate and lead preservation of a Jewish Zionist identity and consciousness activities for the Y Generation (millennials) and Gen Z’s (I Gen)based on the Holocaust events and experiences and presented/facilitated in a modern methodology with a 21st century and a future baring approach in mind.
Jewish people worldwide. At the end of the war the number dropped to only 11 million. Today there are 14.8 million Jewish people worldwide- Less than 80 years ago!
The data shows that more than 60% of diaspora Jews will assimilate into their environment and will cease identifying as Jewish.
This era is one in which the connection to a Jewish nationality and the state of Israel is declining on one hand and on the other anti semitism is rising even under the umbrella of a political movements such as the BDS, to an extent that video games featuring shooting at Jewish people are being programmed, Etc.
We are nearing a point where there are no living Holocaust survivors around to tell the stories that will fade away and fear the moment when their alarming message and heritage will be forever gone.
We have identified the need to develop and implement future baring approach educational and other initiatives to bridge the gap between current generations and the rich and multilayered world of the Jewish identity and consciousness. Addressing that need will strengthen the connection between us as individuals, between us and Israel and will generate influences on Jewish and world’s public opinions.
Consciousness, memory and a future baring approach serves as an important element in generating all that creates a personal and a national identity.
as the book of Isaiah tells us - “Out of Zion shall go forth the law, and the word of the LORD from Jerusalem”. This path starts here.
Educate and teach new generations of storytellers to continue sharing survivors stories and adjusting them to the modern, diverse audience
Develop and coordinate Jewish awareness and memory preservation activities by utilizing innovative projects based on Holocaust events
Initiate global actions with Jewish and non-Jewish centers and organizations worldwide towards the establishment of IJEWNITY centers