Act II for justices

A roundup of events.

July 12, 2018 19:05
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Miriam Naor

Miriam Naor. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)


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■ THERE IS life after the Supreme Court. Former Supreme Court president Miriam Naor and former ambassador to the US Sallai Meridor last month joined the board of directors of the Jerusalem-headquartered Jewish People Policy Institute. Naor will supervise a project dealing with relations between religion and state as they apply in Israel, as well as other issues close to her heart related to the continuity of the Jewish people and the connection between Israel and Diaspora Jews.

Meridor, who is international chairman of the Jerusalem Foundation, is a former chairman of the Jewish Agency. As a member of the JPPI board he will focus on both geo-strategic issues and Israel-Diaspora relations.


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