On our home page you may find the link to all three keynotes. On Monday Limmud- co-founder Clive Lawton addresses the audience. “The challenges of multiculturalism and social responsibility” was the theme of his lecture. Rev. Dr Helene Egnell from Sweden gave a response. On Tuesday July 3 the key note was given by John Denham MP and Dr. Ed Kessler MBE, co-founder and director of the Cambridge Woolf Institute responded. The third full conference day started with a lecture by Prof. Kwok Pui-Lan. To her excellent contribution Rabbi Baroness Dr. Julia Neuberger responded.
On www.iccj.org you also may find some contributions from the workshops. Given the interactive nature of a workshop, not all presentations are suitabel for a written publication. But as many as possible will appear on ICCJ's website. Conference delegates who wish to receive the booklet with all available Manchester presentations, should let the ICCJ office know their postal address as soon as possible.
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