“This is a very unusual Jewish project, mostly because this is not only a project, but a way of life. It is real, there is nothing artificial in it.It is a project of friends: everyone who comes to the conference bring their friends with them, and creates a truly magnificent "chain" reaction that the Limmud FSU celebration is the direct result of it".
Ukraine is rich in Jewish history - all forms of Jewish worship, ritual, learning and culture. Beginning in Yalta in 2008, annual Limmud festivals in Ukraine have become a tradition and central to the resurgence of Jewish life in the country . Inspiring festivals of Jewish education have been held in various parts of Ukraine - Odessa, Truskavetz, Uzhgorod, Vinnitsa, Yalta and Lviv.
Today, young Ukrainian Jews eagerly seek to meet new people, attend lectures and master classes, join discussions, hear concerts, and hang out in parties and nightly gatherings – all central to the whole Limmud FSU experience.