UJIA Birthright

A unique opportunity to visit Israel for 19-26 year-olds*

UJIA Birthright

A unique opportunity to visit Israel for 19-26 year-olds*

CLAIM YOUR BIRTHRIGHT

On UJIA Birthright, you will have the opportunity to experience modern Israel, connect to your Judaism (whatever that means to you) and meet lots of new people.

Travelling across the country for 10 days, you will have the chance to immerse yourself in the culture, history and politics of our dynamic homeland, and get to know young Israelis from a cross-section of society including Druze, Bedouin, Arabs and Jews.

Some of the highlights of your FREE educational tour include:
• 2000 years of Jewish history at the Western Wall and Masada
• Sleeping under the stars in a Bedouin tent
• Visiting the mineral-rich Dead Sea
• Option to stay on in Israel after the programme*

Under the new criteria, a 19-26 year-old will be eligible to apply for UJIA Birthright as long as they have not been on an organised trip to Israel since the age of 18, and have not been on an organised trip lasting 3 months or more since the age of 12. Participants continue to need to have at least one Jewish parent who is not actively practising another religion to be eligible for Taglit-Birthright Israel.

UJIA Birthright works with three tour operators that run various different trips at different times of the summer and winter. Have a look on each website to find your ideal trip and your ideal date.

Israel Experience

Israel Outdoors

Israel Experts

To register please click here

For more information about anything relating to UJIA Birthright please contact Josh Dubell
josh.dubell@ujia.org

0207 424 6459
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This tour is a gift from Taglit-Birthright Israel.

Taglit-Birthright Israel is an innovative partnership between the people of Israel through the Government of Israel, private philanthropists through the Birthright Israel Foundation and Jewish communities around the world (North American Jewish Federations through the United Jewish Communities (UJC); the Jewish Agency for Israel; and Keren Hayesod).

"As well as meeting new people from the UK, you will have the chance to get to know young Israelis from a cross-section of society including Druze, Bedouin, Arabs and Jews."

In Numbers

*Some figures are approximations based on research

In Numbers

*Some figures are approximations based on research