While the Foundation does not generally run its own projects, over the years we have created a number of initiatives that benefit the wider fields of Jewish heritage, academic Jewish Studies and Jewish education in Europe. Some are stand-alone initiatives and some function in partnership with different institutions. Further, we occasionally convene workshops and conferences to provide a forum for expert consultation, networking and the formulation of best practice recommendations in areas of relevant concern. Examples include the 2017 Jewish Heritage Tourism in the Digital Age conference held in Venice, and the 2015 Jewish Cemeteries in Europe conference held in Vilnius.

Please see below for more information about the initiatives of the Foundation.