Webinar: League of Nations Mandate Centenary

UKLFI Charitable Trust organised a webinar marking the League of Nations Mandate Centenary with Professor Steven Zipperstein, chaired by Jonathan Turner on Thursday 21 July, 2022 . It featured a special introduction by The President of the State of Israel, His Excellency Isaac Herzog. The Council of the League of

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Webinar: Deir Yassin – A Question of Evidence

UKLFI Charitable Trust hosted a webinar on Deir Yassin – A Question of Evidence with Prof Eliezer Tauber and chaired by Natasha Hausdorff on Sunday 29 May 2022. Professor Eliezer Tauber discussed his fascinating research on the incident in the village of Deir Yassin in April 1948, the subject of

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Webinar: The Alleged Attack on Al Aqsa

UKLFI Charitable Trust hosted a webinar on The Alleged Attack on Al Aqsa, with Adv. Yifa Segal,  International Director of UKLFI and Natasha Hausdorff on Sunday 8th May . Is Al Aqsa really being threatened? Are any legal rights being violated? Who holds the legal responsibility and what is it

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Webinar: Iran and the Balance of Power in the Middle East

UKLFI Charitable Trust hosted a webinar on Iran and the Balance of Power in the Middle East with Prof Shaul Chorev and Dr Efrat Sopher.  The chair was  Natasha Hausdorff. It took place on Sunday 1st May 2022. This webinar discussed one of the most important issues facing Israel and

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Webinar: The UN’s Pillay Commission: The Battle Between Normalization and Criminalization

UKLFI Charitable Trust hosted a webinar on The UN’s Pillay Commission: The Battle Between Normalization and Criminalization with Hillel Neuer, Executive Director of UN Watch, and chaired by Jonathan Turner, Executive Director of UKLFI Charitable Trust. It took place on Wednesday 13 April. This webinar is a briefing on the

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Webinar: UN Human Rights Systems and How to Engage with Them

UKLFI Charitable Trust organised a webinar on UN Human Rights Systems and How to Engage with Them with Professor Rosa Freedman, and chaired by Dr Efrat Sopher. It took place on Sunday 20th March 2022 . In 2019 the first ever UN human rights report on antisemitism was published. This

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Webinar on Ukraine, Israel, Mediation and Double Standards With Prof. Eugene Kontorovich

UKLFI Charitable Trust hosted a webinar on Ukraine, Israel, Mediation and Double Standards with Prof. Eugene Kontorovich, and chaired by Natasha Hausdorff on Sunday 27 March 2022. Many countries have responded to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine by imposing severe sanctions on Russian individuals and the Russian economy. This has prompted

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BBC accused of breaking the law in its Chanukah Bus report

 The BBC has been accused of breaking the law in its reporting of the antisemitic abuse of a party of Jewish teenagers and others who were celebrating Chanukah in Oxford Street on 29 November 2021. Some passengers on the bus carrying the party have been assisted by UKLFI Charitable Trust

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Jeremy Sher appointed as new Trustee

UKLFI Charitable Trust is delighted to announce the appointment of Jeremy Sher as a new Trustee. Jeremy is an international disputes lawyer and partner of a global law firm.  His experience spans litigation, arbitration and regulatory and compliance issues. His work frequently has a cross-border element or reputational implications. Jeremy’s

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Stephen Hockman QC appointed as Patron

We are delighted to announce that Stephen Hockman QC has  agreed to be one of the honorary patrons of both UK Lawyers for Israel (UKLFI Limited) and of UKLFI Charitable Trust. Stephen Hockman QC is Head of Chambers at 6 Pump Court, Temple. He has been a QC since 1990

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