Rabbinical and Cantorial Justice Fellowship, 2021-2022

We dream of a Jewish community in which rabbinic and cantorial perspectives contribute to a just, compassionate, and integrated society. We respond to the divine command to create a civil society in the UK that exemplifies our beliefs and values as Jews. Our Torah demands that we engage with and care about our wider society and matters of justice that affect the vulnerable in our society.

A Jewish community that is organised to play its role in the social justice struggles of the nation won’t just happen by accident – it needs trained leaders, including Rabbis and Cantors, to make it so. This fellowship draws together the mission of Tzelem, the social justice training expertise of the Jewish Justice Centre, and the leadership capabilities of rabbis and cantors across the country and religious denominations to create a cohort of leaders who will work effectively for a more just society.

To learn more about the Fellowship, download our flier by clicking here

To register your interest in the Fellowship, please click here.  (Note: This is a registration of interest and not an application form.)