Senior Journos Report on Israel visit

December 5, 2013 by  
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Four senior journalists who participated in the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies’ recent Journalists Study Mission to Israel reported on their experiences at a well-attended public meeting at Sydney’s Central Synagogue last night.

 

James Daggar-Nickson, Suzy Wolanski, Helen Pitt, Phil Wolanski, Andrew Clark, Leah Craven and Vic Alhadeff.     Photo: Henry Benjamin

James Daggar-Nickson, Suzy Wolanski, Helen Pitt, Phil Wolanski, Andrew Clark, Leah Craven and Vic Alhadeff.                 Photo: Henry Benjamin

The four were: Sky Business manager James Daggar-Nickson, Sydney Morning Herald opinion editor Helen Pitt, Channel Ten News reporter Leah Craven and SBS World News executive producer Andrew Clark. All said they had returned with a deeper appreciation of the complexities and nuances of the region and the conflict.

The Board of Deputies Journalists Mission is generously supported by the JCA Haberman Kulawicz Wolanski Fund, with Phil and Suzy Wolanski in attendance.

It is conducted in conjunction with AIJAC, which also sent four journalists and think-tank representatives on the mission.

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