We are excited to announce that the Sephardi Voices UK archive is now accessible to view at Beit Hatfutsot, the Museum of the Jewish People in Tel Aviv, Israel. The museum seeks to tell the story of global Jewry and in 2005 was designated the "National Centre for Jewish communities in Israel and around the world" by the Israeli Knesset.
Since 1978 the Museum has been building an archive of material objects, as well as digital resources that together tell the story of the Jewish People. Using the Museums extensive database visitors can explore local communities, family history, music, art and film.
We are exceptionally proud to say that the Sephardi Voices UK archive is now available for visitors to watch at Beit Hatfutsot, placing the experiences of our interviewees within the wider context of the history of the Jewish people.
We would like to thank Haim Ghiuzeli, Director of Databases, and his team for all their help and hard work in making this collaboration possible.
On it's arrival the Sephardi Voices' hard drive got a tour of it's new home assisted by
the very obliging Haim Ghiuzeli!