Haaretz Conference Brings Top Israeli, British Politicians and Opinion-makers to London

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Program for Haaretz conference in London
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Haaretz is holding its first-ever Israel Conference in London on Sunday, held in partnership with JW3, where top Israeli and British politicians and opinion-makers will discuss the most pressing issues facing Israel and the U.K. today.

Featuring former Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, new Israeli envoy to the U.K. Mark Regev, MK Stav Shaffir, top Palestinian official Jibril Rajoub and many others, the Haaretz Israel Conference will deliberate over the recent Quartet report into the endangered two-state solution, the recent vote for U.K. to leave the European Union and evolving issues facing Diaspora Jewry through a mix of panels, debates, keynote speeches, interviews and breakout groups.

Sessions will be conducted by Haaretz’s unparalleled line-up of writers, including Aluf Benn, Ari Shavit, Charlotte Hallé, Anshel Pfeffer, Chemi Shalev, Danna Harman and Barak Ravid.

The day will also provide a fitting opportunity to honor the late David Landau, Haaretz's London-born former editor-in-chief and founder of its English edition.

For those not fortunate enough to attend the conference at JW3’s Howard Hall, Haaretz.com will be providing a livestream and real-time updates from the conference. Follow @haaretzcom and #haaretzjw3 for the latest.

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