• The 5th Ambassadors’ Round Table on Food Security In association with the Anglo Israel Association and  Weizmann UK The 5th Ambassador’s Round Table on Food Security held in the Great Gallery in Lancaster House on Wednesday 26th February, gather over 60 scientists, entrepreneurs, diplomats, parliamentarians and academics from  both Israel and Britain. The one daylong […]

  • The event was held at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on Tuesday, 16th October 2012.

  • The Third Ambassadors’ Round Table, 3 November 2011 By Jonny Paul Over 60 scientists, engineers, diplomats and parliamentarians gathered at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in Whitehall on November 3 for the Third Ambassadors’ Round Table. Titled “The Challenges and Opportunities of Moving from Innovation to Entrepreneurship: The UK and Israeli Perspective”, the day-long conference […]

  • The Arab world has recently undergone a series of upheavals which may or may not amount to a giant revolution. Israel is still mired in conflict with the Palestinians and in a less obvious conflict with the Arab and Islamic world. The question is whether what is happening in the Arab world has affected, andor […]

  • Over 150 people participated in the Anglo-Israel Association’s Second Ambassadors Roundtable conference at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on Tuesday 26th October, 2010. The one-day conference looked at problems and issues relating to media coverage of Israel, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and wider Middle East and brought together a host of eminent journalists, media commentators, scholars […]

  • This is an annual award given for lasting contribution to the furtherance of good relations between Britain and Israel’. Recipients to date: Moshe and Hannah Raviv Lady Sainsbury and Patricia Park Canon Andrew White Lady Cocks Sir Patrick Moberly and Lilian Hochhauser The prize has a value of £1000. This year the award went to […]

  • June, 2009 24th

    24th June 2009 held at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London. The Roundtable of Ambassadors from which we derived rich guidance on the priorities we should adopt in the years ahead. These will focus on seeking to influence the attitudes of intellectual and cultural circles in this country, to combat the pervasive anti-Israeli sentiment to […]

  • The motion was “This House would negotiate with Hamas”. Speaking in Proposition were Dr Brian Iddon MP, Gabrielle Rifkind, Mr David Aaronvitch, Speaking in Opposition Sir Malcolm Rifkind, Professor Shai Feldmen, Ran Gidor. Link to PDf of Debate info