Thank you Washington and Welcome to Paris #general


Lifshitz-Krams Anne
 

Hi everyone,
I hope none of you suffered too much due to the earthquake, or to Irene.

Back in Paris after a little extra tour, I wanted to thank again the
organizers of the Washington Conference for their hospitality.

I also want to encourage you to come numerous in Paris in 2012. The
conference will be shorter, but it will be totally bilingual (French and
English) and still hopefully as exciting as the previous ones.

We already have the agreement of many renowned speakers including several
archivists >from Eastern Europe and the West, geneticists internationally
renowned, experts who have worked on cemeteries across Europe and the
Maghreb, University professors.

During the conference, the hotel Marriott Paris Rive Gauche will offer you
the unexpected rate of 119 euros per night for one person (129 for two), all
taxes and French breakfast included, a rate available 3 days before and 3
days after the Conference

Take the opportunity of your trip to Paris to go in the footsteps of your
ancestors in Europe or to visit all that Paris and France possess as Jewish
or non-Jewish heritage.

And we reserve you still full of surprises in this Paris so pleasant and so
calm of the post Bastille day.

Anne Lifshitz-Krams
CGJ
Head of the Organizing Committee for Paris 2012
www.paris2012.eu


Lifshitz-Krams Anne
 

Yes this is what it means. This is the reason why it is shorter than usual.
And also that all the documents will be translated, that you will have tours
in english, that the films will at least have subtitles, etc.

So see you next year in Paris!
Anne Lifshitz-Krams


Roger Lustig
 

Dear Anne!

I can hardly wait.

One question: does "totally bilingual" mean that simultaneous
interpretation will be available?

Thanks,

Roger Lustig
Princeton, NJ USA

On 8/29/2011 6:45 AM, anne Lifshitz-Krams wrote:
Hi everyone,
I hope none of you suffered too much due to the earthquake, or to Irene.

Back in Paris after a little extra tour, I wanted to thank again the
organizers of the Washington Conference for their hospitality.

I also want to encourage you to come numerous in Paris in 2012. The
conference will be shorter, but it will be totally bilingual (French
and English) and still hopefully as exciting as the previous ones.
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