Israel Goes Back to the Polls

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Join Yachad, New Israel Fund UK and OneVoice as a panel of experts analyse what the results of this election re-run mean.

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On 17th September, Israel is going back to the polls to vote in its second election of 2019.

Join Yachad, the New Israel Fund and OneVoice on Sunday 22nd September at JW3, as a panel of experts analyse what the results of this election re-run mean for democracy and peace.

Speakers include Dahlia Scheindlin (joining via Skype), Raphael Cohen-Almagor and Daniella Peled.

Dr. Dahlia Scheindlin is a leading international public opinion analyst and strategic consultant based in Tel Aviv. She specialises in progressive causes and political and social campaigns in over a dozen countries (including new/transitional democracies) and peace/conflict research in Israel, with expertise in Eastern Europe and the Balkans. In Israel, she works for a wide range of local and international organisations dealing with Israeli-Palestinian conflict issues, human rights, peacemaking, democracy, religious identity and internal social issues in Israeli society. She is a Policy Fellow at Mitvim: The Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies, researching comparative conflict dynamics. She also writes regularly for +972 Magazine, and is the co-host of The Tel Aviv Review podcast. Dahlia holds a PhD in political science from Tel Aviv University.

Professor Raphael Cohen-Almagor is an educator, researcher and human rights activist. He received his DPhil in Political Theory from Oxford University and presently is Professor and Chair in Politics and the Founder and Director of the Middle East Study Group at the University of Hull. Raphael has taught in many prestigious universities in the UK, the US and Israel, including Oxford University, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, UCLA and Johns Hopkins University. He is the former director of the Center for Democratic Studies at the University of Haifa and the author of more than 200 publications in politics, law, media and ethics.

Daniella Peled is managing editor of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) and has reported widely from across the Middle East. She has trained IWPR journalists in both Iraq and Afghanistan and launched the IWPR Arab Spring project. She also writes for Haaretz and has contributed to several other publications including The Guardian and The Spectator.

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