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The View from the House: Representatives Don Beyer and Pete Olson on the NO HATE Act - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
Representatives Don Beyer (D-VA) and Pete Olson (R-TX) discuss the NO HATE Act, a bill they introduced in the house that seeks to leverage funds granted to state and local municipalities to drive the law enforcement community to improve tracking and reporting of hate crimes.
Antisemitism, Racism, and Religion in Times of Crisis: A Conversation with Rabbi Delphine Horvilleur - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
Join Rabbi Delphine Horvilleur, France’s foremost female rabbi, for a wide-ranging discussion on the intersection of racism and antisemitism, the role of religion in times of crisis, and the importance of building bridges between people and communities where dialogue and understanding are often missing.
Jewish Identity and the Future of Europe: A Conversation with Daniel Cohn-Bendit - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
As Germany just took over the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union on July 1st, Daniel Cohn-Bendit, Europe’s unique French-German political voice, shares his views on Europe's most pressing issues.
Germany and Poland: Still Partners in the EU and the Transatlantic Community? - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
With the so-called “geopolitical commission” planning to boost the EU’s role on the world stage, Polish-German cooperation will be key. To discuss how these two neighbors and their bilateral relationship are shaping the EU’s direction in an evolving geopolitical climate, AJC Berlin and AJC Central Europe were pleased to welcome Radek Sikorski and Roland Freudenstein.
Inside Vatican Diplomacy: Antisemitism, Israel, and the Middle East - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
Archbishop Paul Gallagher, Vatican's Secretary of Relations between States (its "Foreign Minister"), and Rabbi David Rosen, AJC's International Director for Interreligious Affairs discuss Vatican's relations with Israel and the Arab and Islamic world and its diplomatic strategies for achieving a global future of peace with a special focus on the Middle East.
On the Frontlines of Pro-Israel Advocacy - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
For the past 40 years, AJC CEO David Harris, described by the late Shimon Peres as the foreign minister of the Jewish people. As Israel is once again in the news, David Harris discusses the tough questions, complex issues, and new opportunities.
Race in America: The Faith Perspective – A Conversation with Archbishop of Washington Wilton D. Gregory - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
How can religion be a source for good as America confronts the current health and race crises?
Migration, Security, and Combating Antisemitism: The Way Forward for Europe - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
Margaritis Schinas, Vice-President of the European Commission and European Commissioner for Promoting the European Way of Life, joins AJC CEO David Harris for a wide-ranging discussion on issues related to European antisemitism, migration and asylum, the EU fight against terrorism and radicalization, and other issues of concern.
The United Nations at 75: What Role in U.S. Foreign Policy? - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
Ambassador Negroponte and Ambassador Pressman, in conversation with Felice Gaer, Director, Jacob Blaustein Institute for the Advancement of Human Rights, explore whether and how the UN can remain a key venue for enhanced U.S. foreign affairs leadership.
The View from the Senate: A Conversation with Senators Ted Cruz and Chris Coons - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Senator Chris Coons (D-DE), both members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, discuss the bipartisan effort they are leading to promote U.S.-Israel collaboration in the fight against COVID-19, combating antisemitism at home and abroad, and other issues of importance.
Leading in a Time of Crisis: A Conversation with Secretary of State Madeleine Albright - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
A brilliant scholar, effective advocate, and the first woman to serve as U.S. Secretary of State (1997-2001), Madeleine Albright is a crucial voice for this fraught moment, as radical ideologies, social unraveling, and the COVID-19 pandemic threaten the hard-won post war global order.
Leading in a Time of Crisis: A Conversation with Prime Minister Manuel Valls - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
The COVID-19 pandemic has been wreaking havoc around the world and has put governments under severe pressure. In an effort to understand what leaders face during times of crisis, AJC was delighted to host French Prime Minister Manuel Valls (2014-2016), one of Europe's foremost political voices, to discuss responsible leadership and how the past can teach us about how to navigate crises like this.
Honoring Heroes of the Holocaust: A dialogue with actors Jesse Eisenberg and Bella Ramsey, and director Jonathan Jakubowicz from the film Resistance - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
In this exclusive Remote ACCESS pre-Global Forum program, actors and the director of the film Resistance discuss the necessity of preserving Holocaust memory, why the actors are passionate about the film and its meaning, and how film can help fight global antisemitism.
A Conversation with Olivér Várhelyi, European Commissioner for Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
European Commissioner Olivér Várhelyi, a Hungarian lawyer and diplomat, is responsible for strengthening relations with 16 of the European Union’s closest Eastern and Southern neighboring countries.
Strengthening a Strategic Partnership: A Conversation with H.E. Dina Kawar, Ambassador of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to the United States - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
A valued strategic partner of the United States in a turbulent region, peace partner for more than 25 years with Israel, and promoter of interfaith understanding, Jordan confronts an array of challenges, including the burden of hosting a refugee population of some 1.4 million and a scarcity of natural resources.
The Six-Day War: Why It Still Matters 53 Years Later with AJC CEO David Harris - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
Join AJC CEO David Harris as he shares his perspectives on the Six-Day War — and why it still matters 53 years later.
A Conversation with Jeffrey Goldberg, Editor In Chief, The Atlantic - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
Jeffrey Goldberg, acclaimed journalist, Editor in Chief of The Atlantic, and friend of AJC, in conversation with Simone Rodan-Benzaquen, Director of AJC Europe.
The Ongoing Struggle for Racial Justice in America: A Conversation with Lonnie G. Bunch III – AJC Advocacy Anywhere
Lonnie G. Bunch III, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, Founding Director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, and AJC Project Interchange alumnus joins us for a comprehensive discussion on race relations in the United States.
Israel-Diaspora Relations: Past, Present, and Future with Isaac Herzog - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
Israeli and American Jews have long enjoyed a special relationship based on common values. While this relationship remains strong, there are growing tensions between the two largest Jewish communities in the world.
Why are Student Governments Obsessed with Israel? - AJC Advocacy Anywhere
Student government should be an opportunity to develop leadership skills, work with diverse groups of student leaders to improve campus life, and plan fulfilling programs for one’s peers. So why does it seem like many student governments have become little more than a platform for constant vilification of Israel, and of Jews for supporting the Jewish state?