Neuberger Dialogue for Descendants (D4D) committee provides specialized programming for children of Holocaust survivors and their partners. Launched in 2016, D4D features a full-day symposium during the Neuberger's annual Holocaust Education Week plus other dynamic and meaningful programs throughout the year.  

For more information or to sign up for our newsletter contact Mary.

Co-sponsored by Gerry & Sonia Rowan.
Reception Sponsors: Glenda & Alan Wainer, in honour of Deborah Vadas Levison and in memory of Leisor (Holocaust survivor) & Ann Wainer; Diane & Dave Tessler, Cheryl Ryshpan and Samuel Singer. 

D4D Mid-Year Program 

The Crate 

The Neuberger's D4D Committee presents our annual mid-year program, featuring award-winning author Deborah Vadas Levison, daughter of Holocaust survivors.


Deborah will discuss her latest book, The Crate, describing the extraordinary account of her parents' ordeals, both in one of the darkest times in world history and their present-day lives. The book is equal parts detective story, history lesson, and family memoir, each searing in its own telling. Post-program the author will be available for book signing. 

Monday, May 13
7:00 PM (Dessert Reception, 6:30 PM)
Prosserman JCC | Room 211
4588 Bathurst Street 

For more information contact Mary.

Special Screening of Shores of Light (2018)

The Neuberger is proud to partner with Columbus Centre and Villa Colombo Toronto, for a special screening of the documentary Shores of Light. This poignant, untold story of warmth and compassion after the Holocaust in Southern Italy, follows the narratives of three Israeli women who were born then, in Santa-Maria-Di-Leuca. 
There will be a special post-screening talk-back with Dora Ennis, a child of survivors born in the same hospital as the film's protagonists.

Admission is free. Refreshments will be offered. For more information call 416-789-7011 ext. 333 or click here.   

Wednesday, March 27 
7:00 PM (Doors Open, 6:30 PM)

The Sala Caboto Banquet Hall 
40 Playfair Ave | Toronto

D4D Symposium

The D4D full-day symposium is designed as a meaningful forum for education, discussion and engagement. Featuring keynote speakers and interactive workshops, participants consider different perspectives on their role in perpetuating the future of Holocaust memory and examine their unique experiences as children of survivors.