Updated speaker line up for UIA NSW North Shore 2020 Campaign Launch

November 14, 2019 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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Due to unforeseen circumstances, Sam Grundwerg – World Chairman Keren Hayesod-UIA is no longer able to travel to Australia for UIA’s Campaign Launch events, including the North Shore Briefing.

Instead, a panel discussion ‘Gaza Flare Up, Israeli Election, Is There a Connection?’ is sure to inform and inspire, featuring Dr Ron Weiser, Adi Gefen Adler – UIA NSW Shaliach, Jasmine Malul – UIA NSW Incoming Shaliach and moderator Yair Miller  – UIA CEO.

This discussion topic is certainly timely in terms of the current tense situation in Israel.

The event will launch the extra-special Campaign for UIA, as 2020 marks 100 years of the organisation’s support for the People of Israel. The centennial will be celebrated throughout the year; from the main Campaign events to many more exciting gatherings and initiatives planned for all ages.

In addition to launching the 2020 Campaign, the 2019 Campaign results will be presented and supporters will have the opportunity to farewell Adi Gefen Adler, as he concludes his term as UIA NSW Shaliach.

“This is an excellent opportunity for the community to come and hear from some of our community’s most informed presenters on the critical events currently occurring in Israel. This panel is part of UIA’s continued role of educating and engaging our community as the primary bridge to Israel,” UIA CEO Yair Miller OAM said.

The 2020 Campaign Launch/AGM on 18 November in the Eastern Suburbs will feature Steven Lowy as the keynote speaker in place of Sam Grundwerg.

2020 Campaign Launch

North Shore Briefing:                                                                                                                                Tuesday 19 November at 7.30pm  

Light refreshments will be served. No charge, no appeal.

RSVP by 15 November                                                                                                            

To RSVP and for venue information, contact UIA NSW on 9361 4273, info@uiansw.org.au or visit uiaaustralia.org.au/our-events/nsw

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