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founding team
 
Dominique Tomasov Blinder

Born in New York, raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she trained as an architect.
Her architecture career began in New York in 1979 and in 1991 she relocated to Barcelona, where she joined Comunitat Jueva ATID de Catalunya at its formation, taking a very active role as a lay leader. She has also been a member of the Board of Directors.
In 1999 she founded Urban Cultours, a project to connect Jewish past and present in Barcelona through city visits. This project for the recovery and protection of Jewish heritage became a systematic action to ensure that Jewish communities have an active participation in the process.
She has collaborated with the municipal administration and local institutions in organizing Jewish cultural activities.
Dominique is a consultant to the Jewish Heritage Program of the World Monuments Fund and specializes in Jewish heritage and legacy.


David Stoleru

French - Israeli, architect, graduated at the Escola de Paris-La Seine, specializing in rehabilitation. Has previously studied at the 'Yeshiva Netiv Meir' in Jerusalem.
Living in Barcelona since 1997, he has been sharing his professional practice with a Jewish education.
For many years he has been working with the Jewish community of Barcelona to encourage contribution to the study of Jewish history in Sapin since the middle ages.
Stoleru coordinates the 'Bnei mitsvah' program for Comunitat Jueva ATID de Catalunya, where he performs as 'chazan' and has been a member of the Board of Directors.
He also created and coordinates a weekly 'Talmud Torah' group.


Carles Basteiro Bertolí

Licensed in Law from Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, with post graduate studies in intellectual property law and information technologies, through ESADE, Ramon Llull University.
Member of the Il·lustre Col·legi d'Advocats de Barcelona, specializing in intellectual and industrial property law, new technologies and personal data protection.
Collaborates with firms, agencies and universities, and is an adjunct professor at La Salle - Ramon Llull University; Center of Financial Studies, and European Institut of Design.
He is a consultant to Zakhor since its inception.

 
scientific committee


The Committee contributes to the the scientific activities of the Center. Its members offer assistance in promoting research and furnishing expert advice.

The members of the Scientific Committee are individuals or institutions, public or private, whose activities and iniciatives are akin with the goals of the center.

 
ZAKHOR council


Council ZAKHOR is a consulting organ, a think tank, and a plataform, where different entities can meet for reflection and debate.

Members of Council ZAKHOR are individuals or entitites, public or private, whose activities and initiatives are consistant with the goals of the center, nurturing its actions for an effective protection of Jewish heritage.

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professional team

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Research

Esther Redondo García, Barcelona
Camille Bendelac Levy, Barcelona
Laura Arias, Barcelona
Giacomo Floris, Sardenia
María José Surribas, Barcelona

Expert consultant

Gail Sussman, heritage protection, Toronto
Atra Kadisha, cemeteries protection, Jerusalem

 

institutional cooperation

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Institut Ramon Muntaner

Centre of Studies of Montjuïc, Barcelona
Lleonard Muntaner Publisher, Palma, Mallorca
Sefarad Editores, Madrid

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