Australian Jewish Association

Why AJA?

The Australian Jewish Association (AJA) was created to fill a void and provide a strong, principled voice for the Jewish community in Australia.

Why AJA

To be guided by authentic Jewish values means having regard in policy formulation to principles of Torah. This imposes no requirement on how members conduct their lives. The organisation will welcome members of all levels of observance.
Who would have guessed that AJA would be such a phenomenal success and important voice in Australian politics over such a short time. The reduction in Australian payments to UNRWA is one such victory.

Rowan Dean

I am a huge admirer of the AJA and I follow your work closely.

Col Richard Kemp

AJA is a really important development in Jewish community advocacy.

Senator James Patterson

Thank you for what the AJA does for Australia.

John Roskam

I love the AJA

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach

WE ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE

Jewish Australians are voting with their ‘clicks’. In just a few short years, AJA has grown to be the largest Australian Jewish organisation on social media.

We are

making a difference

Speakers

Our weekly Zoom Speaker Series takes place each Wednesday at 8pm (Sydney/Melbourne time).

High level international & local speakers explore the major issues for the Jewish community, Israel, & Australia.

Past episodes are available to watch on our YouTube Channel. Click subscribe to never miss an AJA video.

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BUILDING JEWISH COMMUNITIES IN JERUSALEM, INCLUDING EASTERN “The construction in Jerusalem is no longer a policy issue, but a test of the governance of the

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Jewish communal leadership isn't just a problem in Australia.

Internationally people are fed up with the left-wing shift in roof bodies

Join AJA at 8pm on Zoom with @garysmond of @NJA_UK

Gary was the senior VP of the Board of Deputies of British Jews & the deputy of JNF UK https://t.co/fBEk0ZIxnh
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