Global Jewish Advocacy for a Younger GenerationACCESS, AJC's Young Leadership Program, prepares the next generation of Jewish leaders to engage the key issues facing the global Jewish community. ACCESS empowers young Jewish activists to shape the conversation on today's critical domestic and international issues by reaching out to diplomats, opinion makers, and young leaders of diverse religious and ethnic backgrounds.
At ACCESS we believe a younger generation is increasingly shaping public opinion and policy around the world and that it is vital that Jewish voices participate in the conversation. We equip young Jewish leaders to stand at the forefront of this engagement and to be global agents of change.
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Five Reasons the Paris Conference Failed
As should have been crystal-clear by now, the Palestinians have avoided the only place where an agreement can be reached - the bargaining table with the Israelis.
Dear French Foreign Minister Ayrault
The inevitable should not be more dead-end international gatherings, but rather face-to-face Israeli-Palestinian talks. When everyone wakes up to that stark reality, perhaps a two-state accord can be expedited.
Paris 'peace' conference shapes up as another misfire
Netanyahu has offered innumerable times to meet with Abbas anywhere, any time, with no preconditions. If only the international community would shift gears and put its weight behind that idea.
Obama's decision at the U.N. hurts the cause of peace
AJC applauds the Chicago Tribune?s editorial criticizing the U.S. decision to abstain on a U.N. Security Council resolution that singles out Israel for condemnation
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