LGBTQ+ Agudah hosts Polish chief rabbi to begin new project for Diaspora


The Agudah – The Association for LGBTQ Equality in Israel has launched a new plan to help LGBTQ+ Jews in the Diaspora and olim to Israel, hosting a meeting with Jewish leader and LGBTQ+ activists in Poland and Hungary recently in a landmark event. The association has recruited dozens of LGBTQ+ Jewish ambassadors from around the world to promote the struggle for LGBTQ+ rights and create safe spaces for communities in the Diaspora. The project aims to create a bridge between the LGBTQ+ community in Israel and Jewish communities around the world.

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