Conference Circuit

After nine successful Journeys, Ernst & Young is ready for its 10th annual Journey Conference at the David Intercontinental Hotel in Tel Aviv.

September 17, 2006 10:10
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Monday, September 18 After nine successful Journeys, Ernst & Young is ready for its 10th annual Journey Conference at the David Intercontinental Hotel in Tel Aviv. The conference serves as a meeting place for the leaders of Israel's hi-tech, biotech and venture capital industries. Tuesday, September 19 Kern Klita, an organization that aids Russian immigrants, is holding a study day to honor its volunteers. The event will take place at Jerusalem's Mount Herzl and will include a tour of the Herzl Museum and an entertainment program at the nearby Bayit Vegan guest house that will include a musical interlude, a ballet performance and a presentation by the Mikro Theater. For information, call Frances at (02) 673-5338, or send a fax to (02) 673-1768 or an e-mail to Monday, October 23 "Israel in the aftermath of War" is the theme of this year's Israel Management Center conference to be held at the David Intercontinental Hotel in Tel Aviv. Tuesday, November 7 The first Global Rabbinic Task Force Conference, convened by Sephardi Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar in conjunction with the International Council of Jewish Women to try to find solutions for Agunot (women anchored in marriage by the disappearance of husbands or the refusal of spouses to grant a bill of divorce), will be held over two days at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

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