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NCSYNational Conference of Synagogue Youth
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Zev Eleff, Living from Convention to Convention: The History of the NCSY, 1954-1980 (Jersey City: Ktav, 2009), 4.
The OU is a world leader in community and synagogue services, adult education, youth work through NCSY, political action through the IPA (Institute of Public Affairs), and advocacy for persons with disabilities through Yachad and Our Way.
The World's Largest Rosh Hashanah Card is endorsed by: UJC-Jewish Educational Service of North America, Hillel's Center for Jewish Engagement, Baltimore Center for Jewish Education, Baltimore Zionist District, Gan Israel Camps Worldwide (Chabad), Foundation for Jewish Camping, Young Judea, JCCA, UAHC, USY (USCJ), NCSY (OU), and the Boards of Jewish Education in Boston, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Phoenix, and Toronto.
The NCSY Special Commission, comprised of prominent members of the Orthodox Jewish community that was convened by the Orthodox Union (OU) several months ago, has found that Rabbi Baruch Lanner, who recently resigned as an executive of its youth division, engaged in "abusive" behavior with teenagers during his years with the organization.
The Commission also found that some members of the lay and professional leadership of the OU and NCSY "made profound errors of judgment in their handling of Lanner throughout his career with NCSY.
These include: establishing a comprehensive sexual harassment policy for staff; an ongoing sensitivity training program for staff that was launched during a two-day seminar at which attendance was mandatory; and stricter hiring policies and training programs for NCSY advisors.
NCSY has also initiated a program with a leading New York medical institution to refer mental health professionals to work with current and former members of NCSY who feel they could benefit from counseling as a result of Rabbi Lanner's actions.