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Reshet Holds 2nd Annual Gathering

Wac Arts played host to 120 people for networking and creative learning

Reshet has come a long way in its first year since its formation by UJIA and the JLC. In response to in-depth research Reshet, the network for youth provision was created.

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Reshet Exec Director asked to join National Safeguarding Youth Forum

Shelley Marsh, Reshet’s Executive Director, has been formally invited to join the National Safeguarding Youth Forum. The Forum is organised by The National Council for Voluntary Youth Services and meet quarterly to discuss legislative changes and other essential safeguarding information. Reshet, via Shelley, will disseminate this information to further support the work of the network of Jewish Youth Provision. Shelley holds an MA in Community Leadership and is a qualified Youth and Community Worker and will bring over 30 years’ experience to the group.

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My Life in 20-ish Questions

By The Jewish Telegraph

Find out more about our Executive Director, Shelley Marsh, as she took the hot seat and answered “My Life in 20-ish Questions” for the Jewish Telegraph newspaper. (more…)

Some Jewish Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em

By Neil Martin OBE – JLGB, Chief Executive

When Shelley asked me to write a blog about what it feels like to receive an OBE, I cringed. I cringed in the same way I do when my mother tells whoever she meets that her son got an OBE – be it the gardener, the stranger at the bus stop, or worse, people she’s already told, twice!

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Coming Out

By Ellie Levine

Hello, my name is Ellie Levine. I’m 18 years old and I live in London. I’m obsessed with literature and sci-fi, I’m one of few teens that finds politics interesting, I’m a student. I love animals and I’m crazy about Doctor Who, Sherlock and Lord Of The Rings. I write about anything and everything! World news, my life and just life in general! Leave feedback in the comments and if there’s anything you’d like to hear about you can email at ellielevine97@gmail.com.

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Generation Now — Understanding and Engaging Jewish Teens Today

Outcomes that Positively Impact the Lives of Jewish Teens

by The Jewish Education Project

Who am I? With whom am I connected? To whom and for what am I responsible for in this world? How can I bring about change in this world? After extensive research and focus groups, The Jewish Education Project developed these 14 Jewish teen education & engagement outcomes in its role as head of the National Incubator. Read more here!

Reshet Head Calls for Better Safeguarding and Child Protection

By Charlotte Oliver, the Jewish Chronicle

The organisation, which connects more than 2,000 people working in informal Jewish education in the UK, has launched an initiative to “take our community’s safeguarding provisions from good to great”.

Read more on the JC website here!

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