The book collection is available to everyone, giving the opportunity to learn Jewish culture comprehensively, in a way that is free from stereotypes. The Remu Jewish Library in Krakow provides constant access to Jewish literature, which gives the Jewish community the opportunity to strengthen their own identity. Readers can choose from more than 20 different sections (such as: The Country of Israel, Memoirs, Biographies, Poems, Identity and gender, or Children’s Books). We have books in Polish, Hebrew, Yiddish, and English.
Keeping the memory about Jewish life in Poland, as well as spreading the knowledge about Jewish history and culture, is one of the main goals of the Library.
In the years 2013-2017, as part of the Library, we held meetings for children with Jewish literature. During meetings with people of culture, children could hear Jewish tales/stories and participate in philosophical, drama and art workshops.
Project has been implemented since 2006.
The project has been implemented since 2006.
In 2006-2019 financed by:
- The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration
- Taube Foundation for Jewish Life & Culture
- Kenneth Slater