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CELEBRATE THE FACES OF ISRAEL

Thursday, April 27 at 9 a.m.

Museum of Tolerance Jerusalem

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Speakers:

THOMAS NIDES

US Ambassador to Israel

Larry Mizel

Chairman of the Museum of Tolerance

David Friedman

Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel

SYLVAN ADAMS

Philanthropist and Businessman

Rabbi Marvin Hier

Co Chair of The Museum of Tolerance Jerusalem

MK Mansour Abbas

Chair of United Arab List (Ra’am)

Gaby Portnoy

Director General, Israel National Cyber Directorate

Former MK Ruth Wasserman Lande

Expert in Middle East and Arab Affairs, CEO and Founder of Ruth Global Consultancy

Prof. Michal Schwartz

Israel and EMET Prize Winner, Internationally Renowned Neuroscientist, Weizmann Institute of Science

Prof. Eugene Kontorovich

Director, International Law Department, Kohelet

Prof. Asher Maoz

Dean and Head of the Program at the School of Law, Peres Academic Center

Dr. Gilad Malach

Director of the Ultra-Orthodox in Israel Program, Israel Democracy Institute

RIVKA ZAFRIR

Co-Founder and CEO
NERA – Orthodox Women Entrepreneurs

Hooman Khalili

Designer and Producer of the Woman Life Freedom Murals in Israel

Prof. (Emeritus) Sergio DellaPergola

The Avraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Maayan Hoffman

Deputy CEO – Strategy & Innovation
The Jerusalem Post

Yaakov Katz

Editor-in-Chief, The Jerusalem Post

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Program

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Join the Jerusalem Post and Museum of Tolerance Jerusalem to “Celebrate the Faces of Israel” at a half-day conference in the heart of the Holy City.

  • Israel and Diaspora: Jewish demography, Differentiated Identities
  • United States-Israel Relations: Present Challenges, Future Trends
  • Modern Diplomacy: Focus on Israel
  • Why Cyber Security Needs to be a Priority
  • Women & Technology
  • The Crisis in Relations Between Jews and Arabs in Israel
  • Ultra-Orthodox Jews & The Israeli Economy: Where Do We Go From Here?
  • Women, Life, Freedom
  • The Judicial Reform Debate: Two Perspectives

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This event is free and open to the public via RSVP. Please click here to register.

Questions: conference@jpost.com