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Project Interchange

Since 1982, AJC Project Interchange has brought approximately 6,000 of the world’s most influential voices to Israel from more than 100 countries and all 50 U.S. states.

Through its week-long seminars, Project Interchange exposes diverse leaders of today and tomorrow to the complex issues facing Israeli society.

An educational institute of AJC, Project Interchange relies on donors who support its unique purpose and the measurable results its programs yield.

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Recent Seminars

European Officials - May 2017

UN Ambassadors - July 2017

African Business Leaders - July 2017

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Alumni Response: Prime Minister Modi Visits Israel

In early July, Indian Prime Minister Nardendra Modi made an historic first visit to Israel. AJC Project Interchange alumni in the U.S. and India played a role in the visit and are contributing to its ongoing coverage and analysis. Read more.

Alumni Venture Fund Recipient Publishes Article

2016 Alumni Venture Fund Recipient, Dr. Joshua Sinai (Counter-Terrorism Experts 2002), published his article in The Journal of Counter Terrorism & Homeland Security International, “Israeli United States Cooperation: In Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Benefits to the U.S.”

Dr. Sinai received one of the first grants from AJC Project Interchange’s Alumni Venture Fund, which supports impactful Israel-related projects and programs led by Project interchange alumni.

Media Coverage UNESCO Ambassadors

As Israel Opposes UNESCO Jerusalem Resolution, Ambassadors Visit Capital

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Alumni in the News

PI Alumna Honored by AJC Berlin Ramer Institute for German-Jewish Relations

AJC Project Interchange alumna Düzen Tekkal received the AJC Berlin Ramer Award for Courage in the Defense of Democracy. She was honored “for her passion to protect democracy and human rights through her unremitting efforts to document the horrors of the ISIS genocide against the Yazidi people.”

PI Alumnus Speaks Out Against Anti-Semitism on Campus

Richard Herman (University Presidents 2007) published an opinion piece in The Times of Israel, “Free Speech, the Bully Pulpit, and Contemporary Anti-Semitism.” Read More

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