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This talks at the Israeli Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem was to a group of Jewish leaders in 20s and 30s who had been hand picked by the Ministry for training in diplomacy, the middle east and matters relating to Israels … Continue reading
ROI is a global community of young Jewish innovators that was created by Lynn Schusterman in the summer of 2006 as a partnership between the Center for Leadership Initiatives and Taglit-Birthright Israel. I was privileged to be recommended as a … Continue reading
This talk was delivered as the keynote at the annual general meeting of the Pittsburgh branch of the Zionist Organization of America. It included discussion about problems in Google Earth which myself, the ZOA and the JIDF had all been … Continue reading
This talk was presented to Israeli students training with WUJS. It involved two separate presentations, the first on the Leading Role of NGOs in the “Durban Strategy”, in the lead up to Durban II, and the second on Online Israel … Continue reading
This talk was presented to the staff of Stand With Us International. The talk introduced public diplomacy in Web 2.0, discussed online knowledge and truth, assessed the current state of the art, outlined some future strategic choices and discussed a … Continue reading
This presentation looked at a concrete approach to online activism. This included background briefings on potential threats followed simulations of campaign building.
This presentation at a Legacy Heritage Conference in Amsterdam examined both Palestinian and Zionist online advocacy. We discussed what was being done, what worked, and what didn’t. Finally we discussed some scenarios and how people might respond. Advice on running … Continue reading
This talk was a keynote speech for an advocacy event run by the Israeli Embassy in London. The presentation followed an address by Israeli’s Ambassador to the UK. As I was in Israel at the time, the talk and Q&A … Continue reading