BBLBIA attend Latvian Embassy annual lecture

Report by Tony Swabe The Latvian Embassy held its annual Isaiah Berlin lecture on 4 July 2019. Tony Swabe attended....

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Another very successful Interlodge Quiz

Report Eve Swabe Once again the 2019 Interlodge Quiz was a huge success. Maxine Cohen who worked so hard organising...

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BBYP gets ancient wisdom at the Acropolis

Report by Valerie Tesler A small group of B’nai B’rith Young Professionals (BBYP), together with B’nai B’rith Europe (BBE), from the UK...

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BBUK’s very successful Ukraine Trip

Report by Alan Miller BBUK visit to Ukraine                               9th - 19th May 2019 A welcome to Ukraine from Sholom Aleichem After many years...

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BBUK and BBLBIA are shocked and appalled by terrorist attack

Report by Jeremy Havardi B’nai B’rith UK, together with it’s advocacy arm, the London Bureau, is deeply shocked and appalled...

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BBLBIA announce a Breakfast meeting

Report by Tony Swabe Wednesday 8 May 2019 7.45am for 8.15am start; finish by 9.30am His Excellency, Arkady Rzegocki, Ambassador of the...

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BB Young Professionals organise an Athens Trip

Report by Valerie Tesler Meet other BB Young Professionals in Europe Athens Fri 17th – Sun 19th May 2019 Prices from £271-£335 (excluding flights) For more...

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A very successful screening of Whose Land?

Report by Jeremy Havardi On Sunday 17th February, B'nai B'rith's Bureau of International Affairs and Pinner synagogue's Synema jointly organised a showing...

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BB Young Profesionals Meet, Wine and Dine

Report by Valerie Tesler Over 30 young professionals attended BBYP (B’nai B’rith Young Professionals)’s Meet, Wine and Dine event on Thursday February...

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BBUK – the next concerts for shoes

Report by Malcolm Factor BBUK - the next concerts for shoes The Philharmonia Orchestra at THE ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL Sunday, 17th February...

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