Cambridge University CAMERA Fellow Shlomo Roiter hosted event “5 Broken Camera Critical Watching”. The attendees were able to watch the documentary, “5 Broken Cameras” and have a discussion about the way in which the film emits certain types of information but nevertheless depicts itself as a documentary. Attendees were very interested in the film, as well as were highly engaged in the discussion that followed. Overall, the event was very successful and well attended!
Alliance for Israel at Northeastern University School of Law hosted the event, “Israel and the Law”. At the event, Melissa Weiss from Israel on Campus, Alex Safian from CAMERA, and Jeff Robbins from Mintz Levin Law. The panel focused on dissecting Israel in the 21st age through a legal lens. The purpose of this panel was to answer any questions students may have about Israel, or Israeli politics, identity, history, and law, as well as provide a balanced perspective on these issues. The goal was to facilitate an open and respectful conversation based on facts and to have the students direct the discourse. The event was very successful and informative!