J U D A I S M A B R O A D
- Religious Diversity Abroad, Diversity Abroad article
- 7 Things to Know Before Studying Abroad as a Jewish Student, GoAbroad
- 5 Things Jewish College Students Wish They Knew Before Studying Abroad, Hey Alma
- Kahal - KAHAL facilitates transformational Jewish experiences for study abroad students. KAHAL is a network & resource that aspires to give Jewish students studying abroad tools and connections they need to meaningfully engage with the global Jewish community in their host country and deepen their Jewish identity during one of the most important, meaningful, and enduring experiences of their lives.
Cultural, Religious & Social
- 5 Jewish sites in Barcelona that you have to see!
- Casa Adret is a beautiful medieval house on the main Street of the “Call”, the historic Jewish neighborhood in the Gothic Quarter. It’s a hub that serves as a melting pot of history, community, research, conference space, center for social change and a space for connection for all interested in Jewish life whether they are Jewish or not.
- Moishe House Barcelona is a group of Jewish young adults in their 20s who live together and host events throughout the month for other young Jews.
- Mozaika is a Cultural Jewish Platform housed in Casa Adret that organizes comedy, theater, poetry, and musical events as well as tours, culinary experiences and more. They also publish an online and print magazine on contemporary Jewish culture.
- Keshet Sefarad - a Facebook group for LGBTQ+ Jews in Spain; they organize meetups and events.
- Toldot Barcelona uncovers the Jews of Barcelona through walking tours, cultural experiences and food, a journey into Catalan Jewish History.
- Salam Shalom is a cultural organization that organizes activities and events for the Jewish & Muslim community in Barcelona.
- JCall is a group that occasionally organizes talks and events on Palestine/Israel.
- FEJJE is the Jewish Student Union in Spain. They offer support to students and organize events.
- Bet Shalom Barcelona is the progressive Jewish Community in Barcelona, a Reform congregation.
- Chabad Barcelona is a large orthodox Lubavitch synagogue located in Les Corts.
- Israeli Community Barcelona is a traditional, Orthodox-Sephardic community that hosts regular Shabbat and Jewish holiday prayer services, as well as occasional social events for students and young professionals.
- Call Barcelona is a Judaica store that also sells Kosher wines and Jewish books in the old Jewish quarter.
- Restaurante Maccabi is the only kosher restaurant in the city and could be a great option for when friends and family come to visit or just to treat yourself.
- Trenat Barcelona is your place for homemade challah and other Jewish breads.
- BenBen Kosher House is a family-run kosher supermarket, butcher shop and café located in the center of Barcelona: website and catalogue.
- Kosher in Barcelona is a short list of stores and restaurants.
- Kosher in Spain APP makes it easy to know what products in your local supermarket are kosher or not; just search and scan! Available for Android and iOS.
Blogs & Magazines
- 5 Things to Do in London if You’re Jewish, IFSA student blog
- Jewish Renaissance is an online magazine with a fresh perspective on Jewish culture.
Cultural, Religious & Social
- Queen Mary University of London Jewish and Israel Society is committed to celebrating Jewish and Israeli culture and heritage and welcomes all students with this shared interest.
- Faith Societies and Groups at Queen Mary University of London offer many faith societies including Christian, Bahai, Hindu, Islamic, Jewish, Krishna, Sikh and an atheist society.
- Multi-Faith Centre on Queen Mary University of London Campus is located in the Students' Union Hub and provides a space for quiet reflection, contemplation and prayer for students and staff.
- Union of Jewish Students the voice of over 8,500 Jewish students on campuses across the UK and Ireland.
- London’s Most Jewish Neighbourhood? Highgate of Course!
- Jewish Museum London
- West London Synagogue is the heart of progressive Judaism in Central London.
- Westminster Synagogue is a warm and welcoming, progressive Jewish community with culturally diverse members.
- JW3 is the only Jewish Community Centre of its kind in the UK; a vibrant, cross-communal hub for Jewish arts, culture, family programming, social action, learning and much more, where everyone is welcome.
- Yeah That’s Kosher is a blog aiding the kosher traveler with unique tips & advice as well as personal Kosher restaurant recommendations around the globe.
Therapy & Care
- Jewish Therapist Services is a network of qualified and experienced Jewish psychotherapists providing face-to-face, telephone and online services.
- Stop Hate (firstname.lastname@example.org) is an organization run by the Orthodox community that offers support and counseling to victims of antisemitic attacks.
- Office for Non-Discrimination run by the city hall offers free services to anyone living in or visiting the city to file a grievance and receive support in English, whether psychosocial, emotional or legal.