Summer session: May 14th, 2023
Fall session: November 2023
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IL-4C is a 4 week, hands-on program for Christian millennials, at the Jerusalem Institute of Justice, which incorporates academic content with skill-building workshops and a deep look at the Jewish roots of the Christian faith
Learn from top professors about Israel’s past, present, and future.
Hear from a diverse range of leading voices in Israel and abroad.
Gain insight into Israel’s social and political challenges and be equipped to be a voice for Israel.
Connect with the roots of your Christian identity and learn about Jewish life in the time of Jesus.
Take a deep dive into Israeli life! Enjoy delicious local cuisine, and interact with Israeli professionals and activists.
Cultivate your public speaking, communication, and debate skills in interactive workshops given by world-class professionals.
Live like a local- play like a tourist! Visit national sites and attractions with our tour guides, and enjoy nights out on the town with friends!
Flavia Sevald has served as CEO of the Jerusalem Institute of Justice ( JIJ) since 2014. Previously, Flavia pursued a successful career in the High-Tech industry developing marketing and service strategies. Flavia works together with Knesset Members and the Israeli Government along with the nonprofit world to create social reforms for the benefit of Israeli citizens nationwide. Flavia understands the importance of positive example and servant leadership and promotes the growth of a strong team. She believes bettering society is possible if we care for others as we care for our own.
Adv. Uri Morad was born, raised, and married in Israel, and now serves as the Director of JIJ’s International Law & Public Diplomacy Department. For Uri, as a former Givati Brigade combat soldier of the IDF, the suffering of others is not just a theoretical concept. Uri brings his enthusiasm for the law, human rights, and legal advocacy to JIJ’s international efforts and the intern program.
Nofar Wizmann Berman is IL-4C’s program manager. Her passion is to stand for justice and educate the younger generations. A mother of 2, Nofar served as a special operations officer in an elite unit in the IDF for 5 years. After finishing her studies at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Nofar worked in the aviation industry and joined the JIJ team in 2018.
IL-4C academic program is led by Dr. Jeremie M Bracka an experienced professional who has held key positions in the international arena and in academia at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law (Heidelberg). Jeremie has been published widely in the Oxford University Press, the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law and the Melbourne Journal of International law.
Alan Dosoretz has a BA in Government and International Relations (UADE), and an MA in Peace Studies and Conflict Management. He currently coordinates the e-learning programs for the Social Innovation Cluster of Haifa University’s International School and is the Director of the Muslim-Jewish Conference (MJC) which focuses on building trust and cooperation between Muslims and Jews.
Alan has ten years of experience working in civil society and governmental projects related to youth empowerment, interfaith and intercultural dialogue, civic involvement, and social entrepreneurship. Alan is also a fellow of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Topol Family Foundation Fellowship in Nonviolence.
Mila Finkelshtein is a corporate storyteller, an expert on efficient and effective communication, and message delivery, and the founder and owner of MILA – a leading story – where stories and ideas become a driving force for persuasion and advancing change.
Mila works with CEOs, executives, lawyers, politicians, and entrepreneurs on their content and messaging, as well as speech delivery. She improves her clients’ positioning strategy and sharpens their value propositions by teaching them how to best approach their audiences, tell their stories, and shine.
The program runs for 4 weeks
You can travel by bus, train or by taxi.
You will be covered by excellent insurance throughout the length of the program.
From 18 to 35 years old.
The Jerusalem Institute of Justice (JIJ) is an Israeli legal and research institute dedicated to cultivating and defending human rights, the rule of law and democracy.
Established in 2004, JIJ operates both internationally and domestically. We work to uphold freedoms in the region by submitting charges of the gravest crimes to international tribunals and governmental bodies.
JIJ’s International Law and Public Diplomacy Department stands at the forefront of Israel’s struggle to maintain its standing among the international community.
We use the legal and advocacy tools at our disposal in order to confront the most complex issues.
Our in-depth research, legal expositions, memos and position papers have impacted the lives of millions around the world and are presented before the International Criminal Court in The Hague, the Israeli Parliament, the United Nations and governmental offices worldwide.