See details of all of Yachad’s upcoming events. Please click on the individual events below for more information.

Yom Hazikaron Events
Apr 16 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

For the second year Yachad, New Israel Fund, and UK Friends of the Bereaved Families Forum will be screening a live stream of the Israeli-Palestinian Memorial Day Ceremony, which has been held following Israeli Memorial Day for the last twelve consecutive years. On this particularly difficult day, Israelis and Palestinians acknowledge the pain and the aspirations of those living on the “other side” and strive to prevent the next wave of violence. Israeli and Palestinian bereaved families speak about their personal pain along with musical and artistic performances. Thousands of Israelis and Palestinians participate every year in this special event in Tel-Aviv led by Combatants for Peace and the Bereaved Families Forum. You are invited to join us for a livestreaming of the Ceremony, followed by a discussion.

This ceremony takes place in Israel following the traditional, national memorial ceremony.

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Date: Monday 16th April

Time: 7pm

Venue: TBC

In London, we will also be participating in the communal memorial day ceremony that takes place at the JW3, details of which are below.

Date: Monday 16th April

Time: 7pm

Venue: JW3

Israel’s 70th Independence Day Festival @ North London
Apr 19 @ 6:30 pm

Join the Zionist Federation at Europe’s biggest festival celebrating Israel’s birthday. Headline acts include the Legendary Israeli folk rocker Ehud Banai and Israel’s most successful and loved funk-groove-hip-hop band, Hadag Nahash. Also featuring X Factor stars Jack and Joel, Israeli dancers, school choirs, and Israeli food.

Exclusive 10% discount to Yachad supporters – just use the code ZFYH70YACHAD when you book your tickets.

Israel 70, Israel 100
Apr 29 @ 1:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Join Yachad and the New Israel Fund for an afternoon of reflection, debate and conversation to mark Israel’s 70th birthday.  Through film, literature and discussion we’ll be exploring and tackling the key questions facing Israeli society.  We’ll be asking how Israel can respond to these challenges over the next 30 years and what type of Israel might exist on the 100th birthday of its founding.

Our guests include Israeli author Nir Baram, who will be discussing his book A Land Without Borders, Dr Sara Yael Hirschhorn, author of City on a Hilltop: American Jews and the Israeli Settler Movement Since 1967 and Alona Winograd, Executive Director of the Israeli organisation the Movement for Freedom of Information. We’ll also be screening a premier of the highly acclaimed Israeli film The Cousin.

Date: Sunday 29th April

Time: 1.30pm-6pm

Venue: JW3, 341-351 Finchley Rd, London NW3 6ET

Tickets: £12 adults, £8 students