Jane Krivine

Jane Krivine was in the classical music business in London for thirty years, the first decade as a concerts promoter, the second as a publicist and the third as a festival director. She came to Israel in 2003, and lives in Binyamina. In She is chairman of ESRA Caesarea-Zichron Ya'akov branch, and also helps ESRA with specific projects. She runs the Freddie Krivine Foundation founded by her late father, which brings Arab and Jewish children together through tennis: www.freddiekrivinefoundation.org

Tamar Fredman established a primate sanctuary in Ben Shemen for monkeys used for research to rehabilitate them in order to return them to a natural habitat

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Monkey Tales
Category: Environment
Issue No. 142
 

Plans for ESRA’s 30th anniversary at Kibbutz Shefayim on 28th October. A full programme of diverse speakers, movies and music will be of interest to all who attend.

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Full steam ahead for 28th October
Category: ESRA News
Issue No. 145
 

A mammoth report on the 30th anniversary full day event of lectures and entertainment. ESRA volunteers gave their all to frantically change outdoor to indoor venues. ESRA’s work in the community was on show and a large crowd, undaunted by the bad weather, participated in all that was on offer on a very successful day. l

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Esra’s 30th Anniversary Festival – behind the scenes
Category: ESRA News
Issue No. 147
 

Pardes Hannna has a modern attractive hairdressing salon. It opened in June 2008 and is run by Lisa Kuperman an experienced stylist from London.

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Lisa of London
Category: People
Issue No. 150
 

Betty Katzin & Jane Krivine offer you a fascinating insight into one of those decorative book plates that affirm one’s ownership. Find out more about the design of a 19th century ex-libris bookplate of a Dutch Jewish family, and how their history is intertwined in the design.

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EVERY EX-LIBRIS HAS ITS OWN HISTORY
Category: Diaspora
Issue No. 160
 

Imminent Prof Asher Susser addressed his audience on Israel’s creation thanks to or despite the British mandate in crystal clear terms, enrapturing his large audience.

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How we envy Asher Susser’s students
Category: Features
Issue No. 168
 

Thursday, January 9 saw the birth of a new ESRA branch in Haifa, at a meeting of 35 English speakers at Moadon Sinai in Ahuza.

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It’s a big Hi to everyone in Haifa
Category: ESRA News
Issue No. 173
 

Ramat Hanadiv is a park full of Israeli-Mediterranean vegetation. There are many dunams of natural vegetation that surround the beautiful landscaped formal Rothschild Gardens. ESRA volunteers are helping in the nurseries and in the new visitors center. Jane Krivine writes about this project and other opportunities for volunteers – helping pupils with English in the local schools and assisting at the sewing centers for Ethiopian immigrants.

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FROM SOWING SEEDS TO SEWING SKILLS
Category: ESRA News
Issue No. 153
 

The ESRA second-hand bookshop finds a treasure among some donated books, the1910 translation of a 2,400 year-old manuscript: “The Art of Warfare,” by Sun Tzu . Jane Krivine tells us about her quest for its literary value.

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AN UNEXPECTED FIND
Category: Literature
Issue No. 156
 
 
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