Between legitimate critique and anti-Semitism: Mediating Israel in European countries
The Boris Mints Institute, in partnership with The Chaim Herzog Institute, presents a special webinar:
Between legitimate critique and anti-Semitism:
Mediating Israel in European countries
Thursday 29.7.2021, 11:00 EST, 16:00 UK time, 18:00 Israel time
18:00 Greeting remarks:
Hon. Isaac Herzog, President of the State of Israel
Prof. Itai Sened, Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Head of the Boris Mints Institute, TAU
Ms. Andrea Wine, Member of the Tel-Aviv University Board of Governors
18:30 Rationale of the webinar
Dr. Sandrine Boudana, Head of the Herzog Institute, TAU
18:40 Panelists’ talks
Prof. Dina Porat, Former Head of the Kantor Center, Tel-Aviv University
What are the criteria for distinguishing the acceptable criticism of Israel from Anti-Semitic speech?
Alan Johnson, British political theorist and activist, Research fellow at the Britain and Israel Communications and Research Center
What is the situation in European countries? The UK as an example.
Viviane Teitelbaum, Member of the Belgium Parliament
The role of European policies and politics: Can we still hope for efficient measures?
Marc Neugröschel, Journalist and researcher
The role of the media: part of the problem and/or part of the solution?
19:20 Open discussion
Moderator: Dr. Sandrine Boudana, Head of the Herzog Institute, TAU
The event will be broadcast live at the Times of Israel website