What role does the Supreme Court play in Israel's democracy? How are civil liberties affected by what goes in the Supreme Court?
Further, how do these decisions play out in Israeli’s international affairs and those of the region at large?
On Friday, September 23rd, please join Diplomats on Campus, a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization based at the University of Toronto, for a unique opportunity to hear Dr. Asher Grunis, former President of the Supreme Court of Israel (2012-2015), speak about these and other questions in what is sure to be a very exciting discussion!
This event is brought to you by Diplomats on Campus and the Consulate of Israel in Toronto, and is also supported by the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History.
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