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ABOUT US

Hasbara Fellowships, a program spearheaded by Aish International, educates and trains university students to be effective pro-Israel activists on their campuses. Hasbara Fellowships, started in 2001 in conjunction with Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, brings hundreds of students to Israel every summer and winter, giving them the information and tools to return to their campuses as leaders in the fight for Israel's image. So far, Hasbara Fellowships has trained more than 1400 students on over 200 campuses. Upon returning from the program, the Hasbara Fellows receive support from our staff, which offers various campaigns, programs, speakers and other materials and tools. The organization focuses on college campuses, but the information and tools offered are applicable to other arenas as well.

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Hasbara Fellowships
520 8th Avenue, 20th floor
New York, NY 10018
(646) 365-0030
director@israelactivism.com

Canadian Federation of Jewish Students (CFJS)
For more information contact Israel Affairs and Advocacy Chairperson Noah
Kochman: noahk@cfjs.ca or visit our website: www.cfjs.ca

Canadian Federation of Jewish Students (CFJS)

The Canadian Federation of Jewish Students (CFJS) was founded in 2004 by a group of Jewish student leaders from across Canada.

The Canadian Federation of Jewish Students exists to enrich the university experiences of all Jewish Students living in Canada. The aims of the federation are based on its five main principles:

  • Representation
  • Convening and uniting
  • Leadership development
  • Canadian Jewish identity development
  • National communication.