Embrace The Change
New York Ambassador
We’d like to introduce Ophyr Hanan, an alumnus of the first graduating class of EMIS, who joined us as a Charney Resolution Center Ambassador and coordinator of the Ambassador Program. Together, our goal is to spread our mission of promoting peace and co-existence by opening our doors to any alumni with a project in mind that will help present the Center and spread its mission while also serving their communities around the world.
“I am very excited to be involved with the Charney Center and its mission. Ever since my time at EMIS, it has been difficult to find a platform that supports healthy dialogue and promotes peace on an international spectrum. I feel like with the Ambassador’s program, we have the power to achieve real change. Thanks to our experiences at EMIS and CRC, we can broaden people’s ways of thinking by expressing our perspectives on peace from a personal level. Anyone who has an idea, a project, or a message that he or she would like to present to their community, wherever they are in the world, please do not hesitate to contact me!”
-- Ophyr Hanan
Leon Charney Diplomacy Program students at FAU visit New York
Five members of the Leon Charney Diplomacy Program at Florida Atlantic University visited Leon Charney’s Head Office in New York on September 25th. The following day, the students attended the Foreign Policy Association's World Leadership Forum. The students were escorted by Dr. Annette LaRocco, the Associate Director of the Leon Charney Diplomacy Program.
“It was truly an honor to represent FAU at the World Leadership Forum hosted by the Foreign Policy Association and to meet our generous sponsor, Tzili Charney. Being a part of this program has become a pivotal moment in my college experience and has given me the opportunity to learn about the complexities of our world and hone my communication skills in ways I could never envision. I am very grateful for this incredible experience and to Tzili Charney and Dr. Jeffrey Morton for all their guidance and support” -- Ada-Nicole Sanger
CRC in Collaboration with the Creative Community for Peace Celebrated Ambassadors of Peace at Exclusive Event
Honorees included supermanager Scooter Braun, Geffen Records President Neil Jacobson, and Warner Music Group Global VP of A&R Aton Ben-Horin
Los Angeles, California (Oct 4, 2018). - The entertainment industry came in on Thursday evening to attend Creative Community for Peace’s (CCFP) signature event “Ambassadors of Peace.” The event took place at the home of entertainment attorney Aaron Rosenberg and television producer Danny Rose in Los Angeles. It celebrated CCFP’s mission of promoting the arts as a means to peace and defending artistic freedom.
At the event, CCFP honored Scooter Braun, Founder of SB Projects, Neil Jacobson, President of Geffen Records, and Aton Ben-Horin, Global Vice-President of A&R for Warner Music Group, as Ambassadors of Peace. They were recognized for their commitment to furthering music as a universal language that can connect and unify people all around the world.
"Whatever your thoughts on the Middle East, the music should never be silenced,” Ben-Horin said when accepting his award. “It’s not about picking sides”.
“The best way to change the world is to have an open and honest dialogue for peace and understanding on all sides,” Braun told Variety at the event.
“It’s about artists being free to perform wherever they want” said Jacobson.
Tzili Charney spoke at the event and encouraged the attendees to join CCFP while collaborating with the Leon Charney Resolution Center in order to practically implement their talent and voices to affect real change.
For more information on CCFP, visit their site: creativecommunityforpeace.com.
CRC Ambassador at FAU
The Leon Charney Diplomacy Program welcomes CRC (Charney Resolution Center) ambassador Khanh Ton to Florida Atlantic University. Coming from Hue, Vietnam and a recent graduate from EMIS, Khanh arrives at FAU on October 7 and will remain with the university until November 19. She will train with other Charney Diplomacy Program students to compete in the National Model United Nations (NMUN) simulation in Washington D.C., November 8-11. Khanh will represent Denmark on the Economic & Social Council (ECOSOC), the two topics that are assigned to the committee are Increasing the Role of Civil Society in Sustainable Development and Natural Disasters and Climate Change. More than 1,000 college students from 100 universities will compete in NMUN-DC. The Leon Charney Diplomacy Program will be represented by seventy-four undergraduate students at Nationals, assigned to eight countries (Afghanistan, Belarus, Burundi, Cabo Verde, China, Denmark, Lebanon, and Syria).
“We are delighted to have Khanh join the Charney Diplomacy Program this semester and confident that she will represent the Program and university well at Nationals.”
Jeffrey S. Morton
Director, Leon Charney Diplomacy Program
Congratulations to Israeli Music Sensation Koolulam on Receiving on Asia Society Game Changer Awards
The founders of the Koolulam musical phenomenon: Or Taicher, Michal Shahaf Schneiderman, and Ben Yefet accept an Asia Society Game Changer Award for building bridges through song in Israel.
Click HERE to see their acceptance video. To learn more about their projects click HERE.
Invitation to ZAZ10TS Garment District Art Festival
ZAZ10TS is pleased to announce its partnership with The Garment District Alliance to present a series of signature exhibitions and performances as part of the 15th Annual Garden District Arts Festival, taking place October 18-20, 2018. For more info visit: zaz10ts.com/garmentfartest18
ZAZ10TS will host the Festival “Kick-Off” Reception and you are invited!
Time: Thursday, Oct 18, 6-8PM
Location: 10 Times Square lobby (1441 Broadway), New York, NY 10018
To RSVP, please email: email@example.com
One of the exhibitions that will be presented during the festival is “Maskit X Eyal Nevo: Mount Sodom”. It features video and photographic art about the Israeli fashion house and its latest collection. Sharon Tal is MASKIT’s transformative head designer who has previously worked with Alexander McQueen and celebrated Israeli fashion photographer Eyal Nevo to present a unique cultural experience at the intersection of fashion, art, and history.
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