B’nai B’rith UK appoints a new Chairman of BBLBIA

B’nai B’rith UK London Bureau of International Affairs (BBLBIA) Tony Swabe has  been appointed as the new Chairman of B’nai...

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Vatican Recognition Of “State of Palestine”: Unhelpful But Not Ground-Breaking

Report from BBI website by David Michaels 18/5/2015 On Wednesday, news reports from Rome heralded word that the Vatican was recognizing...

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Breakfast Meeting with the Polish Ambassador H.E. Witold Sobkow

Report by Helene Briskman The B’nai B’rith London Bureau of International Affairs (BBLBIA) recently held a Breakfast Meeting with the...

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Hungary – Holocaust Remembrance and Education

This report aims to keep members informed of the good work of our B’nai B’rith UK London Bureau of...

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UNESCO launches social media campaign to end “cultural cleansing”

Report from Stéphane TEICHERUNESCO Director General Irina Bokova launched on March 28, in the Faculty of Arts of the...

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Dermot Kehoe of BICOM speaks to BBUK

BICOM and its Role in Combating Anti-Israel Bias Report by Tony Swabe, Member of the BBLBIA team We were fortunate to...

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BBLBIA recently had a meeting at the French Embassy

BBLBIA Meeting at the French Embassy February 2015   Report by Helene Briskman BBLBIA recently had a meeting at the French Embassy...

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“Perpetuating Statelessness” – UNRWA its activities and funding

Report by Helene Briskman Director, London Bureau of International Affairs Eve Swabe, Tony Etherton, Tanya Warburg and Helene Briskman of...

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BBLBIA hold a Breakfast Meeting with the Ambassador of the Republic of Hungary

Report by Helene Briskman About 50 people attended a Breakfast Meeting on Wednesday 12 November, held by The London Bureau...

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BBE Brussels Update

Frederica Mogherini (newly appointed EU High Representative for External Affairs) Hearing at the European Parliament 02.09.2014 What: Exchange of...

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