Shalom is the historic masthead published by the Jewish Community of Rome.
It was founded in 1967, in the aftermath of the Six Day War, by a group of Jewish intellectuals and the journalist and writer Lia Levi who then ran it for about 30 years.
Over the course of more than 50 years, Shalom’s goal has always been to communicate, to make its readers aware of the events, history, culture, thought, vitality of the Jewish, Italian and international world, constantly tackling the challenges of present.
With an online edition, a magazine, sections of video news, and in English, live coverage of online events, and a newsletter, the historic newspaper of the Jewish Community of Rome continues to broaden its horizons, establishing itself as an authoritative voice and source of Italian Jewry.
Working on the various editions of Shalom, under the direction of the journalist Ariela Piattelli, is an editorial staff made up of young journalists, historical collaborators, signatures of Italian journalism and Jewish thought.