Israel Beyond the Headlines: Part I with Tal Schneider
Prerequisite Note: Due to the virtual setting of this class, you must have computer capability, including internet access, in order to participate. A camera is also optimal but not required.
Israel’s civil society is complex, and its political and financial realities change dramatically with each passing day. Join three veteran journalists representing Ha'aretz, Moment and Globes as they offer a deep dive to what really is happening in Israel from their perspectives and what the uncertain future may hold.
Please Note: This is a single session, Part I of the series. If you would like to sign up for all 3 sessions and receive a discount, click here.
July 6, 2020
Instructor: Tal Schneider - Chief Diplomatic and Political Correspondent for the Israeli Financial Daily, Globes.
Topic: Israeli Society at a Crossroad: Israel’s President Rivlin's New Israeli Order (referring to his famous speech on that theme), looking at Israel's 4 main groups: National-Religious, Secular, Palestinian Arabs & Ultra-Orthodox and the way forward in a complex, intriguing and spiritually-rich Israel.
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Tal Schneider, Diplomatic & Political Correspondent, Globes Business Newspaper.
Former D.C. Correspondent for Maariv Daily (2004-2009), and political blogger running her own political blog “The Plog” (2010- 2017).
Frequent commentator on Israeli radio & tv stations; ranked 32nd on Forbes Magazine 2017 list of Israel most influential women; a recipient of 2015 Ometz (public courage & integrity) Award ; and the 2012 Google Digital Excellence in Journalism Award.