About 9Adar

9Adar: the Jewish Day of Constructive Conflict – commemorating a tragic and violent conflict through studying and practicing constructive conflict. Read more…

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There are 18 different ways you can participate in this day (between February 21st to 28th, 2015), recalling the 18 matters over which the conflict erupted. These include commemorating the day with ‘traditional’ customs, studying and teaching, and practicing constructive conflict in our personal, workplace and communal lives, by committing to being a rodef shalom for the day. Read more…

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Throughout Jewish history, communities created haskamot (agreements) to help guide individuals as to how to behave towards one another, and to establish peace with in the community. Read more…