A Plan for Allocating Successor Organization Resources

By Jacob B. Ukeles, Leo Levin

Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, Ukeles Associates, 2000

This report documents the results of a planning process to help the board and professional leadership of the Claims Conference develop principles for allocating resources from the sale, in the former East Germany, of Jewish communal property and the unclaimed property of individual Jews among a range of competing, legitimate needs. The decided allocation criteria set that priority will be granted to organizations that deal with the welfare of Nazi victims and Holocaust survivors, while some funds will be directed towards Holocaust research, documentation and education. A detailed appendix includes: An estimate of the current distribution of victims of Nazi persecution; Projection of the population of victims of Nazi persecution, 2000-2040; Projection of successor organization Revenue; and social welfare needs of the target population.

Topic: Organizational Development, Allocations, Shoah, Welfare, Jewish Organizations, Planning, Holocaust Education, Holocaust

Genre: Report

Coverage: Eastern Europe , Former Soviet Union (FSU) , Israel , United States , Western Europe

Language: English

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Bibliographic Information:
Ukeles, Jacob B. Levin, Leo. A Plan for Allocating Successor Organization Resources. Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany,Ukeles Associates. 2000: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=10780


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