This not-to-be-missed annual event includes senior Israeli officials, newsmakers and opinion-shapers, who will discuss the key issues and challenges facing Israel and the Jewish world today. Join The Jerusalem Post’s top journalists, leading politicians and experts to get a glimpse of the state of affairs in the Jewish state.
The Council of Young Jewish Presidents wants the next generation of philanthropists prepared for the job.
A conversation with the fathers of the "three youths."
World Jewry is very familiar with the State of Israel, but with this project, they were able to meet some impressive personalities of the Jewish State.
Former Supreme Court Justice and founding EMET prize committee chair Gabriel Bach recalls his involvement in historic Eichmann and Demjanjuk trials.
The truth about winning.
A father figure – a modest, but generous philanthropist and a lover of Israel – Arie Dubson reminisces about EMET prize co-founder, the late Alberto Moscona.
A rise in antisemitism in the United States, coupled with US President Donald Trump’s controversial rise to power has caused varying degrees of tension among American Jewry.
Now in its 4th year, the Ruderman Program for American Jewish Studies offers Israeli students a unique opportunity to step into the shoes of their US counterparts and live the American (Jewish) Dream
'With half of the Jewish world out of Israel, we have to think about them and the ramifications of our decisions, including our legislation, on them. In the end, we are one nation.'
Jerusalem Post columnist Caroline Glick gave the final address of the day, wrapping up the publication's annual conference in New York.