JCRC's Advocacy Fellowship: Two-States for Two Peoples
September 2012 - February 2013
JCRC's Advocacy Fellowship: Two States for Two Peoples is designed to train and empower a network of young Jewish professionals to combat the assault on Israel's legitimacy and champion the Two States for Two Peoples resolution formula. Through monthly workshops and private sessions with an experienced mentor, JCRC Advocacy Fellows will gain a deeper understanding of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) Movement, its promotion of the One-State Solution and learn to address the issue through strategic, issue-based advocacy. Alongside JCRC professional staff and practiced lay leaders, participants will have real-life advocacy opportunities to defend Israel's right to exist as a secure, democratic Jewish state and support the Two-State Solution as the just resolution of the conflict.
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As the situation in Gaza continues to unfold, the JCRC remains in touch with American, Israeli and other sources and is updated regularly. We have released a statement supporting the people of Israel and are urging elected officials, leaders and other influentials throughout the region to express their support for Israel, defend its right to use military force to protect its citizens, and to hold Hamas responsible for the escalation in violence.
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