IJV's 15th Anniversary Conference

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IJV's 15th Anniversary Conference

Join us for Independent Jewish Voices Canada's 15th Anniversary Conference: Anti-racist solidarity and the fight for justice in Palestine.

By Independent Jewish Voices Canada

When and where

Date and time

Fri, Jun 16, 2023 6:00 PM - Sat, Jun 17, 2023 6:00 PM EDT


Polish Combatants’ Hall 206 Beverley Street Toronto, ON M5T 1Z3 Canada

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Friday June 16th
Saturday June 17th

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

On-site registration opens

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM


7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Keynote panel: Winning Hearts and Minds for Justice in Palestine

with Leah Gazan (moderator), Mitchell Plitnick, Mark Ayyash and b.h. Yael

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Welcome to IJV's 15th Anniversary Conference!

Mark your calendars to be in Toronto June 16-17 for IJV’s 15th Anniversary Conference: Anti-racist solidarity and the fight for justice in Palestine. The conference will take place Friday-Saturday (open to the public) followed by our 2023 IJV Annual General Meeting on Sunday, June 18 (IJV members only). The AGM will be hybrid in-person and online with the option to join via Zoom.

We cannot be more excited to reunite in person and fuel our movement for the years to come.

Get more info on the conference, including schedule and speaker bios, here: https://www.ijvcanada.org/conference/

We will be hearing from activists, scholars, journalists and organizers about the intersection of anti-racism and Palestine solidarity and new strategies for action within Jewish communities.

We are in a crucial moment of political change and movement-building. As the new Israeli government loses legitimacy, the IHRA working definition of antisemitism is being pushed as an “anti-racist” strategy to shield Israel from criticism, all the while fuelling anti-Palestinian racism and isolating the fight against antisemitism from the broader anti-racist movement.

Join the conversation as we learn and strategize ways to centre anti-racism in our solidarity with Palestinians, advance intersectional approaches to combatting antisemitism, and grow Jewish cultural and community work against settler-colonialism and Israeli apartheid.

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