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Senior Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner - national broadcaster and Senior Partner of The Rabbi Laura Partnerships Training. A dual Israeli-British citizen, Rabbi Laura is no stranger to frank and honest talk on emotionally charged topics, having headed the People’s Peace dialogue track of the Oslo Accords between Israelis and Palestinians. In 2017, she founded Real Conversations, a national project encouraging UK citizens to broach the most difficult topics dividing communities. Rabbi Laura's boo ...
 
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Civil rights lawyer Abir Joubran-Dakwar directs the Department of Occupied Territories at the Association for Civil Rights in Israel. She discusses how settlements and occupation affect all aspects of Palestinian life and livelihood.Dahlia Scheindlin in partnership with the Israel Office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation による
 
Hagit Ofran, director of the Settlement Watch program at Peace Now, provides a detailed look at the current number of settlers and communities, their location and growth, and analyzes the meaning of the data for a two state solution.Dahlia Scheindlin in partnership with the Israel Office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation による
 
Yishai Fleisher is the international spokesperson for the Jewish community of Hebron. He examines life in the divided city, explains why Israel should be sovereign over all the land, and what role settlements play in that vision.Dahlia Scheindlin in partnership with the Israel Office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation による
 
Dan Rothem, director of Commanders for Israel’s Security (CIS) and an expert on the security and negotiations geography of the West Bank, weighs the argument that West Bank settlements contribute to Israeli security.Dahlia Scheindlin in partnership with the Israel Office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation による
 
Human rights lawyer Michael Sfard, author of The Wall and the Gate, explains how Israel built a legal foundation for settlement, and a system to govern settlers through civil law, while Palestinians are ruled by martial regime to this day.Dahlia Scheindlin in partnership with the Israel Office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation による
 
Gershom Gorenberg, author of The Accidental Empire: Israel and the Birth of the Settlements, 1967-1977, discusses the historic ideology of Israeli settlements, and the role of the state – led by Labor – in settling the land conquered in 1967.Dahlia Scheindlin in partnership with the Israel Office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation による
 
Journalist Nadine Batchelor-Hunt talks about her experiences in occupying the space between being Jewish, a person of colour and left-wing. She also talks about Jessica Krug, the academic who recently admitted that she lied about being black, and being trolled on Twitter.Rabbi Laura's Podcast による
 
What does diversity really mean in a religious setting? Why are marathons akin to prayer?Rabbi Celia Surget explains her role as Chair of Reform Rabbis and Cantors UK, and her rabbinic journey through four countries across two continents.Rabbi Laura's Podcast による
 
Should volunteers ask people who are shielding "what are your end-of-life wishes?" Leading sociologist Professor Margaret Harris discusses:Where did the NHS's management of volunteers go wrong? How have volunteer demographics changed? And what happens when religion is involved?Rabbi Laura's Podcast による
 
Rachel Anticoni is the Chief Operating Officer at The Royal Free Hospital, London. As a trained nurse and experienced NHS director, she talks about dealing with "the 11th plague" and working out how to do what had never been done before to deal with the demands of the coronavirus pandemic.Rabbi Laura's Podcast による
 
Britain’s first and third female rabbis join Rabbi Laura to discuss the enormous changes they have seen and brought about over the past 45 years. They explain why “you cannot be Jewish alone” and discuss the intriguing surge in the number of people currently converting to Judaism. In essence, this is a conversation about the motivations, transforma…
 
Former Labour Party Adviser, political commentator, stand up comedian and radio presenter Ayesha Hazarika joins Rabbi Laura for a conversation about the Labour Party under Kier Starmer, Muslim communities in the UK and her experience working on the Equality Act during the last Labour Government.Ayesha also reveals whether or not she has her own pla…
 
How does she manage it all? Emma Kane is CEO of Newgate Communications, part of the fastest growing global PR company. She is the Chair of the Barbican Centre Trust and of Target Ovarian Cancer and a Director of Nightingale-Hammerson residential care home.Rabbi Laura's Podcast による
 
Krish Ravel Director and Founder of Faith in Leadership, talks about immigration, training Jewish, Christian and Muslim faith leaders as a Hindu. "There is a light at the end of the tunnel, even if we can't see it."Rabbi Laura's Podcast による
 
Expect clarity and challenge from Gary Sacks, successful businessman and outstanding philanthropist who went "from a nobody" to making a lasting imprint on British society. Gary discusses leaving Apartheid society when he saw the treatment of other South Africans "whose blood was as red as mine"; growing a super successful business from a furniture…
 
Julie Siddiqi, a national gender campaigner and broadcaster, including Thought For The Day talks about life in COIVD and Ramadan, the essence of Islam 'Muslims have complicated it [Islam]', terrorism 'I die inside as we all do when there is a terrorist attack'.Rabbi Laura's Podcast による
 
Following the tragic loss of Molly Rose, the Russell family and their friends founded the Molly Rose Foundation which focus is on suicide prevention, targeted towards young people under the age of 25. Ian talks about Molly and the Foundation's work to help spot those suffering from mental illness and connect them to the help, support and practical …
 
Mental health campaigner Jonny Benjamin joins Rabbi Laura to tell his extraordinary story of survival and how he is handling his mental health during the COVID-19 lockdown. Rabbi Laura's new book, Bitesize Resilience, mentioned at the start of this episode, is available for pre-order from Amazon: https://tinyurl.com/y8cvonuwAll profits will go to t…
 
Jeremy Brier, Barrister with Essex Court Chambers and former Conservative Parliamentary Candidate in Luton, joins Rabbi Laura to discuss the state of Britain in 2020. Jeremy, a former debating champion, laments the inability in some sections of our society to hold constructive conversations on controversial topics and describes his journey from Lab…
 
Two leading human rights lawyers join Rabbi Laura to discuss the human rights implications of the restrictions on our lives that we are experiencing during the current crisis. Adam Wagner acts as specialist adviser to the Joint Committee on Human Rights, specifically concerning issues relating to covid-19. Richard Hermer QC is a leading barrister w…
 
Senior Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner talks to the wonderful Reverend Richard Coles on his birthday. The perfect chat to listen to on an isolating day indoors, the pair discuss the role of clergy in the time of coronavirus and ask if recent times represented a golden age of living. Rev Richard also gives us a special treat on his accordion.…
 
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