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- Date and time Wed 7 Oct 2020 from 7:00pm to 8:00pm
- Location Online
Rabbi Baroness Julia Neuberger DBE, Chair of University College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Chair of The Whittington Hospital NHS Trust since 1 April 2020, will be joining Professor Henrietta Bowden-Jones OBE (President of the RSM Psychiatry Section) for an insightful discussion on her career, the charitable work she does with refugees and asylum seekers, and her book; Antisemitism: What It Is. What It Isn't. Why It Matters, which uses contemporary examples and historical context to unpack what constitutes antisemitism, building a powerful argument for why it is crucial to come to a shared understanding and exploring ways of dealing with it.
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Baroness Neuberger was Senior Rabbi of the West London Synagogue from 2011 until March 2020 and is now Rabbi Emerita. She is a cross bench Peer in the House of Lords, former CEO of the King’s Fund, and a founding Trustee of the Walter and Liesel Schwab Charitable trust, a charity which helps support and educate young refugees and asylum seekers, set up in memory of her parents.
She chaired the Review of the Liverpool Care Pathway for Dying Patients in 2013 and was Vice Chair, Mental Health Act Independent Review 2017-2018. Her latest book, Antisemitism: What It Is. What It Isn't. Why It Matters (Orion Books) was published in May 2019.
Baroness Neuberger is also a Trustee of the Rayne Foundation, Trustee of the Van Leer Group Foundation, Chair of the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and of Independent Age.
*There may be slight changes to the advertised start and end times of this webinar, subject to Julia's work requirements.
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