JCS, Women and Peace

The theme this year is 'Women Making Peace,' and the three winners will be chosen by a committee of eight judges.

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November 24, 2016 16:12
Michal Grayevsky, president of Jerusalem Capital Studios and JCS International (center), is flanked

Michal Grayevsky, president of Jerusalem Capital Studios and JCS International (center), is flanked by former CIA Director James Woolsey and his wife Nancye at a cocktail party for the opening of the International Emmy World Television Festival. . (photo credit: NOA GRAYEVSKY)

 
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Michal Grayevsky, president of Jerusalem Capital Studios and JCS International (center), is flanked by former CIA Director James Woolsey and his wife Nancye at a cocktail party at United Nations headquarters in New York for the opening of the International Emmy World Television Festival.

At the event last Friday celebrating women and peace, JCS partnered with the UN Women for Peace Association and the International Emmys to announce the launch of a 10-year, $1.5 million JCS International Young Creatives Award.

The theme for the prize is ‘Women Making Peace,’ and the three winners will be chosen by a panel of eight judges from 10 finalists.

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