Tikkun Olam Award Winners

Collection by Bill and Harriet Mohr


Tikkun Olam is a fundamental Jewish principle and lived value. According to Wikipedia, Tikkun Olam is “a Hebrew phrase that means ‘repairing the world.’ In Judaism, the concept of tikkun olam originated in the early rabbinic period. The concept was given new meanings in the kabbalah of the medieval period and further connotations in modern Judaism.” For further detailed description of Tikkun Olam see pin below on Yale University address by President Salovey.

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Tikkun Olam Award to Lisa Miara

58th Tikkun Olam Award to Lisa Miara

Lisa Miara was born and raised in England. Some of her British education was at Carmel College, near Oxford. Her academic years were pursued at the University of Rome, Hebrew University and the University of London. She made aliyah to Jerusalem in 1976 and has raised her three children and four grandchildren in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.…

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