BBUK announce a series of Virtual Programmes
Report by Alan Miller
BBUK’s Programme of Virtual Meetings
Dates for your diary
Sunday, 12 April, 8pm – Lyn Julius
Journalist, blogger, founder of Harif and author of the highly acclaimed book Uprooted.
“The British in Iraq: were they good for the Jews?” The talk will cover the establishment of modern Iraq, the role of the Jews under the British Mandate and how the British ended up betraying the Jews.
Monday, 20th April, 4pm – ‘Israel – an illegal state? – Jeremy Havardi
20 April is the 100th anniversary of the San Remo conference that established the legal foundation of Israel
Wednesday, 22 April, 8pm – Lauren Rosenberg
Fear and phobia relief expert and author of ‘How to move forward when the unthinkable happens’ will be talking on ‘Fear, Anxiety and Uncertainty’
Tuesday, 5 May – LBIA and Edgware United Synagogue
Joint event to celebrate VE Day
Time and title to be announced
Wednesday, 13 May – Penina Ehriech
The Instagram cook on ‘Tips and Tricks to make cooking simpler’ (demonstration)
Wednesday, 20 May – Jeremy Havardi
Second in the series of LBIA webinars
Wednesday, 27 May – Neil Isaacson
Personal Trainer and fitness expert (specialising in cardiac prevention and rehabilitation) ‘Staying fit and healthy from home’ (Exercise session)
Wednesday, 3 June, 8pm – Colin Shindler
Israel and the end of the Corbyn era?
Wednesday, 10 June – Jeremy Havardi
Antisemitism and the anti-Israel narrative.
Where the world’s biggest hatred spills over into hatred of Israel and Zionism.
Wednesday, 17 June, 8pm – Dame Helen Hyde
The talk will be about Chagall
As the situation is developing very rapidly, more detailed information will be following when it is available.