Prof Raphael Cohen-Almagor analyses 2021 Israeli Election
Time: 5 pm BST
Location: Via Zoom
Analysis of 2021 Israeli Election
Prof Raphael Cohen-Almagor
Monday 12 April via Zoom from 5 pm BST
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Prof Cohen-Almagor has given us excellent talks in the past and is the perfect choice to make sense of Israel’s fourth election in just two years. And to explain what the results could mean.
We thank Hashomer Hatzair Trust UK for supporting this event
Raphael Cohen-Almagor, DPhil, St. Catherine’s College, University of Oxford; Professor and Chair of Politics, Founding Director of the Middle East Study Group, University of Hull. Raphael taught, inter alia, at Oxford (UK), Jerusalem, Haifa (Israel), UCLA, Johns Hopkins (USA) and Nirma University (India). He was also Senior Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington DC, and Distinguished Visiting Professor, Faculty of Laws, University College London.
Raphael has published extensively in the fields of politics, philosophy, media ethics, medical ethics, law, sociology and history, including most recently Confronting the Internet’s Dark Side (2015) and Just, Reasonable Multiculturalism (forthcoming 2021). He is now working on Resolving the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Critical Study of Peace Mediation, Facilitation and Negotiations between Israel and the PLO (forthcoming 2023). All three books by Cambridge University Press.
He also spoke at Meretz UK in 2015 on Aftermath of the 2015 Israeli elections and in 2019 on a panel discussing What next for Israel after the April polls? together with Dr Ian Black and Yonatan Levi.