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As Israel's largest English speaking community, ESRA aids the successful integration of olim, both new and veteran, by providing them with a social and cultural framework including high quality services and events for all age groups. ESRA also works to bridge equity gaps in Israeli society through its education and welfare projects, which at the same time provide olim with volunteering opportunities that get them involved as contributing members of Israeli society.

Lessons to be learned from covering Israel for 36 years with Herb Keinon

Tuesday, 25 October 2022 at 10:00

Online Event

ESRA members NIS 35 | Non-members NIS 45


ESRA Netanya Branch

UK 8:00 | SA 10:00 | NZ 20:00

Herb Keinon is a senior contributing editor and analyst for the Jerusalem Post, writing extensively on diplomacy, politics and Israeli society.
He has been at the paper for 36 years, 20 of those as its diplomatic correspondent, and during this time has covered up close the major stories that have shaped the nation for more than three decades: from the first intifada to the withdrawal from Gaza; the massive immigration of Soviet Jews to the Rabin assassination; the Ariel Sharon premiership to that of Benjamin Netanyahu.
Keinon also writes a popular monthly "light" column on daily life in Israel. A collection of these columns, French Fries in Pita, was published in 2014.
Keinon lectures widely in Israel and around the world on political and diplomatic developments in the country.
Originally from Denver, Keinon has a BA in political science from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and an MA in journalism from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana.

The time of the event refers to Israel Local Time.
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Registration: Click on the register link above or contact the Booking Office at 09-9508371 (ext 2).
A zoom invitation will be sent to your email address once your payment has been processed.

Proceeds support ESRA Netanya project, Volume Music Center.

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