Project Interchange

Project Interchange Alumni Facilitate Successful Intergroup Upstander Training | Project Interchange
Humera Khan (U.S. Muslim Leaders 2018) and Adnan Ansari (Faith Based Community Leaders, 2016) of Muflehun are partnered with AJC on the new Tackle! Upstander Training. The pilot training, in Philadelphia, was hosted by MJAC-Philadelphia (AKA Circle of Friends), co-chaired by alumnus Mohamed Bakry.
Introducing the 2021 Project Interchange Alumnus of the Year Award! | Project Interchange
The Project Interchange Alumnus of the Year award recognizes the critical role alumni play in promoting Israel's legitimacy, fighting antisemitism, building interfaith bridges, and supporting global Jewish communities. This year’s award was given to international PI alumni in the Transatlantic Friends of Israel and U.S.-based alumnus Suhail Khan.
AJC Project Interchange Expanding Visits to Israel for Groups from Arabian Gulf, North Africa | Project Interchange
Project Interchange plans to host delegations of policymakers and opinion influencers from countries that signed the Abraham Accords last year.
Project Interchange Alumni Influence EU Funding Away from Anti-Israel Propaganda and Towards Peaceful NGO’s | Project Interchange
Project Interchange alumni prompted the passing of a declaration urging Eurapean Union countries, as well as democracies worldwide, to end discrimination against Israel at the United Nations.
Remarkable Number of Project Interchange Alumni Assume New Positions in the Biden Administration | Project Interchange
A remarkable eighteen Project Interchange alumni have been named to vital roles in the new Biden Administration, including two Cabinet-level positions and three ambassadorships.
Project Interchange Alumni establish Miami Community of Conscience | Project Interchange
Five Project Interchange alumni became founding members of AJC Miami’s Community of Conscience, which brings together leaders from diverse backgrounds to address and repair divisions within American society.
United States Mayors Stand Up to Hate | Project Interchange
87% of Project Interchange’s sitting mayoral alumni have signed onto American Jewish Committee’s Mayors United Against Antisemitism campaign, which is run in partnership with the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
French Civic Leader Combats Antisemitism | Project Interchange
Amine El Khatmi formed a new political party, Printemps Républicain, in late 2019, identifying the fight against rising antisemitism as a core tenet of the party.
African Business Leader Promotes Israel-Nigeria Collaboration | Project Interchange
In fall 2019, Kudzai Gumunyu, who traveled with Project Interchange in 2017, organized a three-day “Israel-Nigeria Agrinnovation Seminar” with the Embassy of Israel and the Office of the Vice President of Nigeria.
Leading Indian Journalist Demonstrates Staunch Support for Israel | Project Interchange
Suhasini Haidar traveled with Project Interchange as a leading Indian journalist in 2016. This summer she published an article promoting the UAE-Israel agreement.
Latvian Journalist Spotlights Israel | Project Interchange
Ansis Ivans penned a series of reflections highlighting the strengths of Israel’s security infrastructure, that he witnessed while in Israel with Project Interchange and fellow Baltic opinion leaders.
Project Interchange Alumni Lead Transatlantic Friends of Israel | Project Interchange
When parliamentarians travel to Israel with Project Interchange, they receive an unfiltered view of the realities on the ground. Five alumni have turned that experience into action, the Transatlantic Friends of Israel (TFI) created by AJC’s Transatlantic Institute.
Project Interchange | Project Interchange
AJC Project Interchange is dedicated to connecting leaders worldwide with Israel.
Germany's “Antisemitism Czar” Wants Banks to Boot Antisemitic BDS Groups | Project Interchange
The Jerusalem Post reports on the work of Project Interchange alumnus Felix Klein.
Sample Project Interchange Itinerary | Project Interchange
An AJC Project Interchange delegation is a journey through both Jewish history and the contemporary Jewish state, accompanied by AJC staff who are experts in each respective field.
Stay Connected | Project Interchange
Take advantage of AJC Project Interchange’s nearly 6,000-strong network of esteemed alumni and AJC’s unparalleled global advocacy architecture.
Prospective Participants | Project Interchange
Israel: the more you know, the more you understand. AJC Project Interchange invites global leaders to Israel for a first-hand look at a country that far too many people only know from headlines.
Our Story | Project Interchange
AJC Project Interchange began with a bold idea: bring to Israel key decision-makers—those who cast important votes, write for important media, and are influential in academia and society—to learn and draw informed conclusions about Israel for themselves.
Alumni Venture Fund | Project Interchange
Twice yearly, AJC Project Interchange awards a limited number of micro-grants of up to $1,000 to support impactful Israel-related projects and programs led by Project Interchange alumni.