AJC New Jersey is a regional office of the national AJC organization

AJC's mission is to advance the peace and security of Israel and the Jewish people worldwide.  We advance human rights and democratic values in the United States and around the globe, through diplomacy, legislative advocacy, and by building effective interreligious and interethnic coalitions. AJC focuses on five priority issues of concern: Israel's peace and security, Iran's nuclear threat, anti-Semitism, advancing immigration reform and energy security.

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Jewish Businessman?s Struggle with Family Requests from Nazi Germany

SIMONE RODAN-BENZAQUENArnold's letters go down a new path, offering an intimate picture of how one Jewish-American family faced not only the question of its moral obligations but the everyday realities of rescue.

Doha 2022

Kenneth BandlerThe date change does not address the two most critical issues ? human rights and terrorism ? that should have been sufficient to disqualify Qatar from hosting any international sporting event.

Why Asia is a Jewish Priority

David HarrisAsia?s emergence on the global stage makes it imperative for the international Jewish community to pursue mutual interests and concerns with Asian nations.

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Upcoming Events

  • April 23
  • Central Breakfast Series
    Thursday, April 23, 2015
    8:00 AM
    Speaker: Rabbi Benjamin Adler, Adath Israel Congregation
    Topic: The Holocaust, Israel and The Jewish People
    Location: The Jewish Center, 435 Nassau Street, Princeton
    * Nominal charge of $10.00 for breakfast payable at the door.

  • April 28
  • Central Marshall Society Reception
    Tuesday, April 28, 2015
    Time: 7:15 PM
    Speaker: Jason Isaacson, Director, Office of Government and International Affairs 
    Topic: The Future of European Jewry
    Location: Private residence, Princeton
    * Open to those giving $1,250 and above to the 2015 AJC Campaign
    ** Pre-reception dinner with Jason for 2015 National Leadership Council donors of $10,000 and above

  • May 6
  • Lawyer's Breakfast 
    Wednesday, May 6, 2015
    8:15 AM
    Speaker: Amit Heumann, Legal Advisor to Israel's UN Embassy
    Topic: International Law in the Aftermath of Gaza: The Principle of Proportionality and the Use of Civilians as Human Shields
    Location: Greenberg Traurig, 200 Park Avenue, Florham Park
    * CLE credits available

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