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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To Fight Anti-Semitism First Define It

Rabbi Andrew BakerLack of agreement on how to define anti-Semitism undermines Jewish community security, endangers the safety of individual Jews, and leads some to question their future in Europe.

TPP Demise Hurts US Interests

David HarrisThe death of the TPP will intensify already existing doubts about American reliability, doubts that AJC had heard from numerous opinion leaders and government officials from the region and around the world.

Obama Should Leave A Legacy That Can Bring Peace

John ShapiroWe hope President Obama can encourage President Abbas to remember the words of John F. Kennedy: "Let us never fear to negotiate." That would be an important legacy.

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Upcoming Events

  • December 6
  • Central Annual Meeting
    December 6, 2016
    Rabbi Noam Marans, AJC's Director of Interreligious and Intergroup Relations
    Topic: India, TheVatican, Israel and Beyond: Interreligious Engagement Abroad Applied at Home
    6:00 pm
    Cherry Valley Country Club
    125 Country Club Drive, Skillman, NJ
    Click here to register for the dinner!

  • December 12
  • Emissary Event
    December 12, 2016
    Leonard Kaminski, AJC's Assistant Director of Government Affairs
    7:30 pm Dessert reception & program
    South Orange, NJ (address provided upon RSVP)

  • December 22
  • Breakfast Meeting
    December 22, 2016
    Richard Foltin, AJC's Director of National and Legislative Affairs (via video)
    Topic: AJC's Post Election Analysis 
    8:00 am
    The Jewish Center, 435 Nassau Street, Princeton, or AJC NJ office, Millburn
    (address provided upon RSVP) There is a nominal charge of $10 for breakfast, payable at the door.

  • January 9
  • Post-Chanukah Celebration at Indian Consulate
    January 9, 2017
    New York City
    Details forthcoming

  • January 27
  • UN Holocaust Commemoration and Marshall Society Program
    January 27, 2017
    11:00 am - 1:00 pm program at the UN
    New York City
    Details forthcoming

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