The Association of the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland is a non-governmental organization with a status of public benefit organization. It was founded in 1951. Its objective is to preserve and commemorate the history and culture of Polish Jews, and their contribution into the world culture. At the moment, the objective is fulfilled mainly by way of supporting the Museum of the History of Polish Jews and The Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute.
Anyone interested in Jewish culture is welcome to view the collection of the Jewish Historical Institute at the Association’s headquarters at 3/5, Tłomackie Street; to use its unique library; and to participate in cultural events organised by the Institute. The Museum’s team of specialists run a number of extremely interesting programmes and projects. There is a great choice of topics and channels of communication, all already available to the public. Please, visit the Museum’s website and find out more about what it has to offer.