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Voice of the Jewish News: The future is here

This week's editorial focuses on the return of not only 40 Under 40 but also 25 Under 25 and 18 Under 18 

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Five years ago Jeremy Corbyn was just an unruly backbencher and Donald Trump a narcissistic property investor, nobody had heard the term Brexit and Jewish News published its most recent 40 Under 40 list of community movers and shakers.

Today the world of 2014 seems almost unrecognisable, making this week’s return of not only 40 Under 40 but also 25 Under 25 and 18 Under 18 such a revealing and intriguing proposition.

In conjunction with the Jewish Leadership Council, we once again aim to pinpoint those who appear poised to occupy senior roles within communal organisations as well as those likely to shape the direction and perceptions of Anglo-Jewry in fields such as politics, charity and education.

Jewish News readers are invited to nominate individuals they believe to be deserving of inclusion in our final list of 40 individuals aged under 40, which will be published – with great fanfare – across four special issues from February 2020.

Nominations will also come from our panel, selected from across our diverse and dynamic community.

The young and ambitious individuals who appear on our 40, 25 and 18 lists will likely find themselves shaping and defining the direction of Anglo-Jewry in the years to come. That’s no small responsibility. We look forward to discovering who they are.

Make your nomination now at NOW!

Forty under 40 - 2019

  • To qualify nominees have to be under 40 on 1 April 2020.
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