JDC Ambassadors will be holding an important lunch marking 20 years since the start of the siege of Sarajevo, which ironically is April 6, the start of Passover this year.
The discussion centers around an extraordinary Jewish response to the breakdown of ethnic trust and cooperation in this diverse city.
But there are also clear lessons to be learned today, when ethnic strife in Bosnia, the Middle East and virtually across the globe seems to be heating up, not cooling down. We'll feature some very unique and meaningful efforts that the Jewish community has undertaken to lead in the rebuilding of trust and the solving of shared challenges across the globe.
And stay tuned for information about the Ambassadors trip to Sarajevo to participate in this work of rebuilding.
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Two decades from war, a new fight to save Bosnia