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IPF Atid New York Dinner Club

Join IPF Atid New York for dinner at al-Badawi restaurant, where we will discuss the relationship between Israeli and Palestinian food and culture. Food and drinks will be provided!

Please note that al-Badawi is a non-kosher restaurant. We will have both vegetarian and meat options.

Date: Thursday, October 13, 2022
Time: 7:30-9:30pm ET
Location: 151 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201
RSVP: ipf.li/oct13nyc

**This event is for young professionals aged 21-39.

IPF Atid New York Dinner Club

IPF Atid San Francisco Community Shabbat

Join IPF Atid San Francisco and local leader Nate Turk for a fun Shabbat evening filled with food, drink, and discussions on current events in the Middle East and the two-state solution.

 

DATE: October 7. 2022

TIME: 7:30pm PT

Address provided upon RSVP

 

RSVP: ipf.li/oct7sf

IPF Atid New York Dinner Club

IPF Atid San Francisco Community Shabbat

The Troubled Committed—The Future of American Jewish Engagement With Israel

Join IPF Atid Chicago and ASBI YP as we dive into the most pressing topics related to the future of Zionism, the Diaspora’s relationship to the Jewish state, and Palestinian politics.  Over the course of three shabbats, guests will hear from expert speakers, having the chance to not only learn from them, but to engage with them directly, and engage in dialogue across differences.

October 7, 2022: The Troubled Committed—The Future of American Jewish Engagement With Israel

Between Birthright Israel, social media, and an entire industry dedicated to strengthening Israel-Diaspora relations,  the two largest Jewish communities are entwined in unprecedented ways. Despite this, American Jews and Israeli Jews are growing farther apart. What does this mean for the future of Israel-Diaspora relations and what can be done about it?

Join in conversation with Oren Jacobson (Project Shema), Rabbi David Wolkenfeld (ASBI), and Maya Waldman (IPF Atid Policy Fellow, Northwestern) as we answer the tough questions on the future of Jewish engagement with Israel.

Dinner will be provided.

Time: 7 pm CT
Location: Private room at ASBI in Lakeview

RSVP: ipf.li/oct7chi

IPF Atid New York Dinner Club

IPF Atid San Francisco Community Shabbat

The Troubled Committed—The Future of American Jewish Engagement With Israel

Palestinian Economics Series, Part 1: Palestinian Economics 101

Join IPF Atid D.C., Boston, and Chicago for the first event in our Palestinian Economics Series.

In Part I of this series, Palestinian Economics 101, members of the IPF Atid D.C. Steering Committee will provide an overview of the Palestinian economic situation, explain why it’s important to consider economics within the context of a lasting two-state solution, and provide an overview of what’s to come in the series’ subsequent sessions. This event is meant to be an introduction to a topic that is often left out of geopolitical discussions, but is incredibly consequential to prospects for Israeli-Palestinian peace and will provide the foundation for deeper conversations on Palestinian economic sectors, currency and trade policies, regional economic trends, and the political and practical role economic policy plays in state-building.

Date: September 21, 2022
Time: 7pm ET
Location: The Loft | 1327 Naylor Court NW A, Washington, DC, 20001

Attend in person: ipf.li/sept21dc
Attend online: ipf.li/paleconvirtual

IPF Atid New York Dinner Club

IPF Atid San Francisco Community Shabbat

The Troubled Committed—The Future of American Jewish Engagement With Israel

Palestinian Economics Series, Part 1: Palestinian Economics 101

IPF Atid New York: Briefing and Dinner with Ido Dembin

IPF Atid New York is back with another in-person event! Bringing together members of the Atid New York community for a discussion with Ido Dembin, Executive Director of Molad Israel.

Date: Monday, September 19, 2022
Time: 7:00-9:00pm PT

Invitation only.

IPF Atid New York Dinner Club

IPF Atid San Francisco Community Shabbat

The Troubled Committed—The Future of American Jewish Engagement With Israel

Palestinian Economics Series, Part 1: Palestinian Economics 101

IPF Atid New York: Briefing and Dinner with Ido Dembin

IPF Atid Los Angeles – U.S.-Israel Relations in the Biden Era with David Halperin

IPF Atid Los Angeles is back with another in-person event! Join us on Sunday, September 18, for an in-depth conversation with David Halperin on U.S.-Israel relations in the Biden Era. Come schmooze, eat, drink, and engage with our esteemed guests! Food and drinks will be provided.

Date: Sunday, September 18, 2022
Time: 6:30-8:30pm PT
Location: The Phoenix Bar & Restaurant, West Hollywood

RSVP: ipf.li/sept18la

IPF Atid New York Dinner Club

IPF Atid San Francisco Community Shabbat

The Troubled Committed—The Future of American Jewish Engagement With Israel

Palestinian Economics Series, Part 1: Palestinian Economics 101

IPF Atid New York: Briefing and Dinner with Ido Dembin

IPF Atid Los Angeles – U.S.-Israel Relations in the Biden Era with David Halperin

IPF Atid Boston Presents: Drinks with Diplomats

IPF Atid Boston is back with another in-person event! Join us on Wednesday, September 7, to have drinks with diplomats! Consul General of Israel to New England Meron Reuben and Deputy Consul General Irit Yakhnes will be meeting our community to answer your questions about Israel, Middle East politics, and current events in the region. Come schmooze, eat, drink, and engage with our esteemed guests! Food and drinks will provided.

Date: Wednesday, September 7, 2022
Time: 6:30-8:30pm ET
Location: TBA

RSVP: ipf.li/sept7boston

IPF Atid New York Dinner Club

IPF Atid San Francisco Community Shabbat

The Troubled Committed—The Future of American Jewish Engagement With Israel

Palestinian Economics Series, Part 1: Palestinian Economics 101

IPF Atid New York: Briefing and Dinner with Ido Dembin

IPF Atid Los Angeles – U.S.-Israel Relations in the Biden Era with David Halperin

IPF Atid Boston Presents: Drinks with Diplomats

A Conversation on Zionism and Identity Politics

Join IPF Atid Chicago and ASBI YP as we dive into the most pressing topics related to the future of Zionism, the diaspora’s relationship to the Jewish state, and Palestinian politics. Over the course of 3 Shabbats, guests will hear from expert speakers, having the chance to not only learn from them, but to engage with them directly, and engage in dialogue across differences.

Join in conversation with Jill Katz (Chicago Regional Director, New Israel Fund) and Emily White (Director, JUF Israel Education Center) on the shifting discourse within American Jewry in regards to Zionism and what this means for the community at large. The panelists will explore how the rise of identity politics has impacted the American Jewish conversation on Zionism and to what extent these changes are getting attention in Israel. The conversation will be moderated by Jonathan Kamel, IPF Atid’s National Chair.

Timing: 8:15pm CT (Subject to Change)
Location: Private room at ASBI in Lakeview

RSVP: ipf.li/sept6chicago

IPF Atid New York Dinner Club

IPF Atid San Francisco Community Shabbat

The Troubled Committed—The Future of American Jewish Engagement With Israel

Palestinian Economics Series, Part 1: Palestinian Economics 101

IPF Atid New York: Briefing and Dinner with Ido Dembin

IPF Atid Los Angeles – U.S.-Israel Relations in the Biden Era with David Halperin

IPF Atid Boston Presents: Drinks with Diplomats

A Conversation on Zionism and Identity Politics

Critical Neighbors Summer Series, Part 3: The Israeli-Palestinian Relationship

Join us virtually on September 20 from 2pm – 3pm ET for the third event in our Critical Neighbors Summer Series, The Israeli-Palestinian Relationship, featuring task force member Ibrahim Eid Dalalsha.

RSVP: ipf.li/sept20

IPF Atid New York Dinner Club

IPF Atid San Francisco Community Shabbat

The Troubled Committed—The Future of American Jewish Engagement With Israel

Palestinian Economics Series, Part 1: Palestinian Economics 101

IPF Atid New York: Briefing and Dinner with Ido Dembin

IPF Atid Los Angeles – U.S.-Israel Relations in the Biden Era with David Halperin

IPF Atid Boston Presents: Drinks with Diplomats

A Conversation on Zionism and Identity Politics

Critical Neighbors Summer Series, Part 3: The Israeli-Palestinian Relationship

Critical Neighbors Summer Series, Part 1: The Israeli-Jordanian Relationship

Join us virtually on August 16 from 2pm – 3pm ET for the first event in our Critical Neighbors Summer Series, The Israeli-Jordanian Relationship, featuring task force member Farah Bdour. Opening remarks by Israel Policy Forum Israel Fellow Nimrod Novik.

RSVP: ipf.li/aug16

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