Lydia Aisenberg

Lydia Aisenberg is a journalist, informal educator and special study tour guide. Born in 1946, Lydia is originally from South Wales, Britain and came to live in Israel in 1967 and has been a member of Kibbutz Mishmar HaEmek since. The mother of five and grandmother of five (so far) Lydia has been involved in shared citizenship projects of the Givat Haviva Institutes International Department for the last 25 years, and involved in informal education projects since her first visit to Israel in 1965 and volunteering during the 1967 war.

Western Negev Jewels

Western Negev Jewels

by Lydia Aisenberg

Joe Perlov is an educational tours operator with a more ...
REDISCOVERING NAZARETH

REDISCOVERING NAZARETH

by Lydia Aisenberg

Sometimes the sun shines on the white buildings of more ...
MAHANEH YEHUDA MARKET

MAHANEH YEHUDA MARKET

by Lydia Aisenberg

Jerusalem’s Mahaneh Yehuda market has an air of excitement more ...
Seeing the Light

Seeing the Light

by Lydia Aisenberg

Many people gravitate to Zion Square in Jerusalem to more ...
SOFTLY, SOFTLY ON THE LAWN IN GIVAT HAVIVA

SOFTLY, SOFTLY ON THE LAWN IN GIVAT HAVIVA

by Lydia Aisenberg

Softball was one of the many activities offered at more ...
100 YEARS OF KIBBUTZ DISPLAYED IN HOUSE OF COMMONS

100 YEARS OF KIBBUTZ DISPLAYED IN HOUSE OF COMMONS

by Lydia Aisenberg

A photographic exhibition depicting the development more ...
VIEW FROM THE TOP

VIEW FROM THE TOP

by Lydia Aisenberg

Lydia Aisenberg describes the beautiful landscapes more ...
Guarding the past with an eye to the future

Guarding the past with an eye to the future

by Lydia Aisenberg

This museum, with free entrance, provides historical more ...
HUMOR IS SERIOUS BUSINESS IN HOLON

HUMOR IS SERIOUS BUSINESS IN HOLON

by Lydia Aisenberg

The Museum of Comics and Caricature, seen by Lydia more ...
Bookmarks are facing extinction

Bookmarks are facing extinction

by Lydia Aisenberg

A vivid journey through the pleasures of reading a more ...
Bridging the Natural Divide

Bridging the Natural Divide

by Lydia Aisenberg

Adventurous day out for Lydia and family to the Carmel more ...
FAST FORWARD TO THE PAST WITH HELP FROM UNESCO

FAST FORWARD TO THE PAST WITH HELP FROM UNESCO

by Lydia Aisenberg

This article explores the significance of a recently more ...
Where did these Children end up?

Where did these Children end up?

by Lydia Aisenberg

Lydia peruses an issue of B’Derech, a Zionist magazine more ...
Lower East Side Tenement Museum, New York

Lower East Side Tenement Museum, New York

by Lydia Aisenberg

Lydia describes her visit to The Lower East Side Tenement more ...
Heroine’s Compass Finds a Home

Heroine’s Compass Finds a Home

by Lydia Aisenberg

A compass was dropped in a forest over 70 years ago more ...
 
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