Read ISGAP’s Chair and Human Rights Activist, Natan Sharansky op-ed in The Washington Post: The Sakharov Centenary arrives with an Urgently Needed Message About Freedomhttps://isgap.org/post/2021/01/read-isgaps-chair-and-human-rights-activist-natan-sharansky-op-ed-on-the-washington-postthe-sakharov-centenary-arrives-with-an-urgently-needed-message-about-freedom/
19 May 2021 – The Washington Post Natan Sharansky, Chair of ISGAP, former political prisoner, and human rights activist, discusses Andrei Sakharov’s seminal essay challenging totalitarianism. Sharansky reflects upon his own life and the challenges to freedom in modern democracies. To read the full story, click here.
Now available on Amazon – Click here! Watch a special event with Natan Sharansky and Professor Gil Troy, which took place on 24 September 2020! Never Alone: Prison, Politics and my People In 1977, after serving as a spokesperson for democracy and the movement for free emigration in the Soviet Union, Natan Sharansky was […]
Title: YIISA Researchers’ Seminar – Part #2 Speakers: Michelle Sieff, YIISA Post-Doctorate Associate – “The Ultimate Betrayal: Human Rights Groups, Genocide and Totalitarianism in the Postwar Era” Ulrike Becker, YIISA Graduate Fellow – “Post-war Antisemitism: Germany’s Foreign Policy Toward Egypt and the Palestinians” Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2010 YIISA/ISGAP Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective Seminar Series
Title: YIISA Researchers’ Seminar – Part #1 Speakers: Idit Shalev, YIISA Post-Doctorate Associate – “How Forms of Power Affect Attitudes Toward Minorities” Michelle Sieff, YIISA Post-Doctorate Associate – “The Ultimate Betrayal: Human Rights Groups, Genocide and Totalitarianism in the Postwar Era” Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2010 YIISA/ISGAP Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective Seminar Series