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Claire Nacamuli

Organisation: JHub
Website: www.jhub.org.uk

Claire is JHub's Social Action Coordinator, leading the Jewish Social Action Forum - Jewish organisations collaborating on social action. Previously Claire worked at Rethink Mental Illness, challenging attitudes and behaviour around mental health for the campaign 'Time to Change'. When she’s not busy saving the world, Claire enjoys the outdoors.

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Nadim Nassar

Organisation: The Awareness Foundation
Website: www.awareness-foundation.co.uk

Nadim is the Director and co-founder of the Awareness Foundation. Born and raised in Syria, Nadim advises Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on International Religious Freedom and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on Christian minorities. His international reach includes frequent media appearances.

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Noah Nathan

Organisation: The Shabbat Project
Website: www.theshabbatproject.com

Noah is a physics master’s student at Imperial College, where he was JSoc President for two years. Noah is the Founding Director of The Shabbat Project, a grassroots cross-communal movement that empowers young Jews to build their Jewish community by hosting Shabbat meals and reaching out to their under-involved peers.

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Or Nehushtan

Organisation: Jewish Agency for Israel

Following his BA in Psychology and Political Science, Or graduated from the Mandel Foundation MBA program in Social Leadership from the Ben-Gurion University (Israel). After his recent role as the director of the Alumni Organisation for the business faculty at BGU, Or now serves as the Leeds Community shaliach.

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Alexander Nemser

Website: alexandernemser.tumblr.com

Alexander is a poet, performer, and educator based in Brooklyn. His work has been published in The Paris Review and The New York Times. He has performed his work internationally, from the Bowery Poetry Club in Manhattan to the Galle Literary Festival in Sri Lanka.

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Aubrey Newman

Aubrey is a student of Anglo-Jewish and Holocaust history. He has published extensively in both areas. He is Emeritus Professor of History at University of Leicester and a past president of the Jewish Historical Society of England.

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Deborah Newman

Organisation: UJIA
Website: www.ujia.org

Debbie hails from Dublin, and moved to Leeds to study Art and Design. She’s made the big move to London and is working at UJIA as a Community Israel Engagement Coordinator, running Programmes such as a gap year in Akko with Arsenal FC and the UJIA Ethiopian Bar/Bat Mitzvah Programme.

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Graham Newman

Graham is Leeds born-and-bred. An unusual child, liking cheder, he found (like Shakespeare) that what you learn later is more interesting. He studied and is fascinated by esoteric sides of life and is a spiritual healer in his spare time - contrasting with his professional life in financial advising.

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Jacqueline Nicholls

Website: www.jacquelinenicholls.com

Jacqueline is an artist and Jewish educator. She co-ordinates the Art Studio and other Arts & Culture events at JW3, and regularly teaches at the LSJS. Jacqueline’s art has been exhibited in solo shows and significant contemporary Jewish Art group shows in the UK, USA and Israel.

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Avi Novis-Deutsch

Organisation: Haminyan Hamishpachti Masorti, Kfar Veradim

Avi is a Masorti rabbi. He serves as the rabbi of the Masorti congregation of Kfar veradim. He served as a Talmud and halachah professor at Schechter Rabbinical Seminary, and as the rosh (head) of the Human Rights Yeshiva. Prior to this, Avi spent eight years in an Orthodox yeshiva.

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Nuriya

Website: www.nuriyamusic.com

Nuriya is a Mexican-born vocalist & composer, who has been influenced by Middle Eastern, Latin American and Flamenco traditions. She has performed and recorded with her own ensemble and other artists, including Yair Dalal and Andy Summers (of 'The Police'). She is excited to perform at her first Limmud Conference.

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