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Sunday, June 9 • 7:30pm - 8:30pm
The Jewish community in 2035 - how bright is the future looking?

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Cast your mind forward 20 years – what does Australian Jewry look like? Is the Lucky Country still home to a Lucky Community of proud, prosperous Jews? Or will we see a community dispersed by the rising cost of property, divided by political/religious clashes, and gutted by assimilation and intermarriage? Come and hear the perspective of these Gen Y Jewish professionals and lay leaders across youth movements, AUJS, and Israel-focused and communal organisations on what the future holds for Australian Jewry.


Moderators
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Liam Getreu

Liam Getreu is the executive director of the New Israel Fund Australia. He is a graduate of Habonim Dror, a former chairperson of both the Australian Zionist Youth Council (AZYC) and the Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS). Liam is a former columnist for the Australian Jewish News.

Presenters
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Rachel Flitman

Rachel Flitman is the Director of Hillel. Prior to this, she worked for two years at the Embassy of Israel in Canberra, served as the National Development Convener for the Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS) and was for many years active in the Scouting movement. She is studying part-time toward a Masters in Community Development and Disaster Management.
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Ellie Golvan

Ellie Golvan has been an active member of the Melbourne and Australian Jewish community for as long as she can remember. After graduating from Mount Scopus College, she spent a year in Israel with her Zionist youth movement, Hineni, where she spent three years as a madricha. She also took on the roles of State and Federal Rosh at Hineni. After three years in youth movements, Ellie worked as Chairperson of the Australia Zionist Youth Council. Last... Read More →
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Daniel Meyerowitz-Katz

Daniel Meyerowitz-Katz, originally from South Africa via the UK, has been in Australia long enough to have graduated from Moriah College in Sydney in 2005. He studied applied mathematics at the University of Sydney and is currently completing a law degree at the University of Technology Sydney. He has been active in the Jewish community since joining the AUJS executive at the University of Sydney to help advocate for Israel during the 2006 Second... Read More →


Sunday June 9, 2013 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Scientia Building Tyree Room

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