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Get In The Mood For Limmud!

Limmud Winnipeg is a volunteer run festival and celebration of Jewish thought, culture, learning, teaching and fun! Dedicated to the Jewish experience and exploration in all its variety, Limmud is committed to harnessing the energy of people from right across the Jewish community. 

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Inspired, led and run by volunteers, there is always something for everyone, for all ages, all religious or non-religious affiliations at Limmud Winnipeg! From over 50 communities worldwide participating in this journey, explore Jewish culture, Israel, current affairs, Jewish thought and More!

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James (Jim) Wilets

Jim Wilets is a Professor of Law at Nova Southeastern University and is Chair of the Inter-American Center for Human Rights. He received his M.A. in International Relations from Yale University in 1994, his J.D. from Columbia Law School in 1987, and his B.A. from the University of Washington in 1982. He teaches in the areas of International Law, Constitutional Law, Comparative Law, Human Rights, Immigration Law, Gender and the Law, and European Union Law.

While at Yale University, Professor Wilets prepared, at the request of the UN Secretary-General, the first two drafts of a proposal for reforming the human rights functions of the United Nations, which was subsequently incorporated into the U.N.’s Agenda for Peace. He worked as an attorney for the International Human Rights Law Group’s Rule of Law Project in Romania and led a joint mission to Liberia by the National Democratic Institute and the Carter Center. Professor Wilets worked in Paris on some of the first discussions between Israelis and Palestinians on a two-state solution. While at Yale University, Professor Wilets worked with a team of academicians drafting a proposed Basic Law for a future Palestinian state. Professor Wilets writes extensively on constitutional and international law issues.