Help provide respite and fun activities for people in the south.
Educators in Argentina and France have become the first recipients of the Robert Singer Award for Outstanding Senior ORT Professionals. The recognition of the extraordinary contributions made by ORT Strasbourg Director...
There were tears at United Nations Headquarters in New York on Yom HaShoah when songs from World ORT’s Music and the Holocaust website were played.
As Jewish communities around the world mark Yom HaShoah on 28 April, a special event at the United Nations in New York will bring together a number of Jewish organisations to commemorate the Holocaust in a variety of innovative...
The hundreds of Arab girls enrolled on extra-curricular courses at World ORT’s new YOU-niversity in Jerusalem are looking forward to gaining the skills and knowledge they need to carry them forward to university.
Staff at ORT South Africa lit candles and shared their feelings in a moment of mutual support, a microcosm of the mourning and shock that has swept the country on the news of Nelson Mandela’s death.
Just before World War II broke out, half the students and teachers of the ORT Berlin school made it to Britain, where they found refuge. The other half remained behind, hanging on for another few years.
Robert Singer says it best: "You can only be successful if you do what you want to do, not what you have to do..." by Shira Druion. Article from Jewish Life magazine, issue 48.