Future Jews: In many voices (LIVE @ In One Voice)
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Future Jews: In many voices (LIVE @ In One Voice)

Presenting two fast-paced, absolutely live and totally interactive panel sessions, exploring two of the biggest Jewish issues moving forward – Anti Semitism and Israel.

Future Jews 2048, the provocative future-based AJN web series, explored some of the biggest dilemmas and possibilities of Future Jews, including religion, gender, global Jewish impact, assimilation, education, and Israel.

We are thrilled to be joining with In One Voice to stage two fast-paced, absolutely live and totally interactive panel sessions, where we will explore two of the biggest Jewish issues moving forward – Antisemitism and Israel.

And you’re invited!

Listen in on some of Melbourne’s leading experts and thought provocateurs as they share with us their future visions of Antisemitism and Israel over the next decade, and then it’s your turn to join them in immersive discussions to collaboratively share thoughts, ideas, and suggestions on possible next steps for our community and beyond.

It’s rare for our community to come together to pragmatically talk about future issues and possibilities, and even rarer to have the opportunity for so many voices and opinions to be heard.

As we gather in celebration at In One Voice, be part of these two powerhouse Future Jews 2048 panels and let our many voices be heard to make a difference.

 

EVENT DETAILS:

Where
The Future Jews 2048 arena @ In One Voice 2022, Selwyn Street, Elsternwick

When
Sunday, 20 March 2022

Session 1: Future Israel @ 1pm
Session 2: Future Antisemitism @ 2.30pm

Who
Hosted by Morris Misel (futurist and host of Future Jew 2048 series)

On the panel

Session 1: Future Israel
Featuring:
Eddy Lichtig (AUJS)
Hallely Kimchi (Habayit)
Yossi Goldfarb (Zionism Victoria)
Doodie Ringelblum (Present – Jewish Labour Bund)
Ahron Shapiro (Australia / Israel & Jewish Affairs Council)

Session 2: Future Antisemitism
Featuring:
Daniel Aghion (JCCV)
Andre Oboler  (Online Hate Prevention Institute)
Natalie Gunn (AUJS)
Dvir Abramovich (Anti Defamation Commission)

 

 

 

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