March of the Living: JLGB Places Available To Join the 2018 Delegation...

Sunday 8th – Friday 13th April 2018

Just £350* including flights, accommodation, food and local travel

· If you have never been on an educational trip to Poland - this is the year to go

· If you’ve already been on a trip – an experience like no other

· Show Jewish defiance against anti-Semitism and all forms of discrimination

· Represent JLGB amongst delegations from all over the world

*Thanks to March of the Living UK, we are able to offer 10 highly subsidised places to JLGB adult leaders under 35 years old (Full price over £1,400). Further subsided places are also available to students and their parents taking part in JLGB awards. If you are interested please email us at

Applications close on 27th January 2018, register your interest now by emailing

Over the last 5 years, JLGB have had the privilege of sending our leaders on the UK delegation of March of the Living. This year, we have been offered 10 highly subsidized places and wanted to let you know straight away so you can put the dates in your diary.

March of the Living is an extraordinary and unforgettable experience. On the 12th April 2018, Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), thousands of Jewish people from countries all over the world will share a once in a lifetime experience: they will march the three kilometers from Auschwitz to Birkenau, the largest concentration camp complex built by the Nazis during World War II, to commemorate Yom HaShoah. The March is an incredible, historic event and a fantastic opportunity to represent JLGB.

Participation in the March involves attending an education programme which consists of a series of seminars and workshops, held in London both before and after the trip. This programme is designed to ensure that you are properly prepared for the trip, and that you are able to gain the maximum benefit from it afterwards.

Vic Palman, participant in March of the Living 2017, says:

“The experience as a whole taught me to be proud of my religion that so many people fought for. I would not change the experience for the world and I cannot recommend this trip enough. Whether you have been to Poland before or not, it was such a positive trip that is different to any other. I felt there were no other intentions involved other than to educate people and ensure they pass it on to the future. It is sad that the amount of first-hand information is decreasing but as long as we continue to be proud of the Jewish religion and keep traditions alive, we can ensure that the past does not repeat itself. May we always remember, and may it never happen again. נזכור"

Applications close on 27th January 2018, register your interest now by emailing



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