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Welcome to Habonim Dror UK
Welcome to Habonim Dror, a Socialist Zionist Culturally Jewish youth movement. Through a progressive lens we create a culture and educate based on our worldly values of equality.
Habonim Dror has been pioneering the future of the Jewish people for over 90 years internationally and is continuing to do so in a fun and engaging way. We do this through weekly activities, residential weekends, Day-Schemes, Israel programs and Summer Camp.
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London Weekend – Yrs 5&6
A weekend away is an amazing experience for all involved and is one of the best ways to have fun with your friends and experience your classic habo vibes.
Zero Seder – for all Madrichim
**Thursday April 21st @ Habo House** Come and indulge in a a wonderful evening of Zero Seder with Habo!
In an ever-secularising world, I often wonder what it is about Jewish festivals that allow them to remain so constant and significant. To an outsider, an occasion such as Pesach might seem strange and weirdly culty; “Yeah, you drink four cups of wine but only when we say you’re allowed. This paste represents the cement that we used to build the pyramids, and this salt water is the tears of the Jews. And you have to eat it.” …
The story of Purim is one that illustrates a period of persecution targeted against the Jewish people. It marks a time where Jews were faced with a dilemma, do they conceal their Jewish identity for survival purposes or do they stand together in solidarity and pride?
Job: Habonim Dror Executive Director
Organisation Description: An outstanding opportunity to lead one of the UK’s most well-established and vibrant youth movements. Habonim Dror is widely recognised to be a growing and thriving organisation, successfully emerging from the pandemic.