The Scottish Council of Jewish Communities (ScoJeC) has launched its “Being Jewish in Scotland 2020” inquiry, on what it feels like to be Jewish in Scotland at the current time, and has opened an online survey as part of the work.
They are looking to hear from as many Jewish people (aged 16 years old and over) as possible.
ScoJeC is working with 2 Glasgow University students in their final year, who will be conducting focus groups around Scotland over the coming months. They are still looking to arrange some of these, and would welcome contact from anyone who would like to host one of these groups.
Everyone who completes the online survey will be entered into a prize draw for one of the following:
- the book “200 Years of Scottish Jewry” published by the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre (SJAC) in 2018
- or a gift voucher for another SJAC publication of equivalent value
- “Hen’s Khasene – The Eigg Sessions” by Edinburgh-based Klezmer trio Celter Schmelter on CD
- a Salt Beef Sandwich (or vegan equivalent) from Mark’s Deli in Giffnock, Glasgow (which will need to be collected)
To submit your response to the survey, please open the GoogleDocs online form.
Alternatively, to register your interest in hosting a focus group, or for further information, contact the ScoJeC team by email: firstname.lastname@example.org