Seth AnziskaSeth considers how our Jewish history could pave the way for a new communal ethic.
Michal Barkai-BrodyMichal tells us how she used her own anger to drive her determination to make a change in the world
Y-LoveWhat do Jews look like? There is no such thing as 'looking Jewish' we are a diverse nation
Yosef AbramowitzFind out how the Jewish people can stop climate change and save the planet with solar power
Daniel ReiselInstead of being about divine revelation, Sinai can be read as a story of 'anti-revelation'...
Marc SolowayTo hear compassionately, to feel the heart, to listen to the words
Stosh CotlerExplores the possibility that authentic expressions of our tradition are inherently radical
Sharon BrousA personal journey into Jewish engagement & an exploration of the Exodus as central narrative
Esther MarcusAn inside perspective into the way of life for people living on the border with Gaza
Hannah BradyA call to reclaim our identities and to hold their power in our own hands
Larry SmithWe’re all storytellers. And no story is more important than the story of our own lives.
Adina TalWhy "nobody is perfect" is an important truth and the starting point for real change
Seth CohenAn exploration into network-thinking & how the opportunities are being explored in the Jewish world
Julian SinclairHow do we make a difference in our wondrous, fragile and interconnected world?
Trevor Pears“Jewish is as Jewish does”: Judaism is a call to action to change the world for the better
Alma ReiselThis talk is about making the community more inclusive for everyone
Ruth MessingerHow can we use the framework of the Sh’ma to listen intently to those in need?
Susan SilvermanWhy everyone should adopt
Micha OdenheimerJudaism's spiritual tradition demands a new kind of globalisation, driven by a vision for human good
Hannah WeisfeldBuilding a just society is both a religious imperative and basis of our entire historical experience
Suzanne FranksCan the individual humanity in news stories help us comprehend the magnitude of mass suffering?
Jonny ArielCrafting a life comprised of both ME and WE, and the complex demands facing Jews in the 21st Century
Joy SisiskyWhat are our responsibilities as global Jewish citizens? Can we express our Jewishness differently?
Nigel SavageThe Jewish omnivore’s dilemma is simply this: how should I eat?
Alan van CapelleThe secrets of successful leadership for creating social change
Aron Turest-SwartzHow do you know if you are really doing good in the world, or just doing what feels good to you?
Julia NeubergerJudaism's role in putting right the wrongs of the world
Levi D. LauerEmbracing ambiguity, uncertainty and paradox is at the heart of the Jewish tradition
Judith VanderveldeLearning about Judaism from my Muslim students
Brett Wigdortzwhy your children should become teachers above any other profession