JDOV LIVE

JDOV in partnership with The Jewish Chronicle and JW3  bringing you a night of inspiring Jewish talks 

The JC presents an evening of JDOV talks live in partnership with JW3

Matthew Gould 

David Aaronovitch

Keren David 

Miriam Shaviv

Stephen Rosenthal 

Inspired by TED Talks, JDOV talks were develped as a way to amplify and celebrate creative thinkers sharing their Jewish dreams, observations and visions.

David Aaronovitch
David Aaronovitch is a well-known journalist, broadcaster, and author. He is a regular columnist for The JC and The Times, and the author of three works of non-fiction. David's latest book, 'Party Animals: My Family and Other Communists' was published earlier this year.

Keren David
Keren David is the award-winning author of seven Young Adult novels. She is also Features Editor of the Jewish Chronicle and a Visiting Lecturer at City University.  She is  adapting one of her books, Lia's Guide to Winning the Lottery, into a musical.  Her latest book, Cuckoo, has been nominated for the Carnegie Medal. 

Matthew Gould
Matthew Gould, formerly the UK's ambassador to Israel, is now the Director General for Digital and Media Policy at the Department for Culture Media and Sport. His goal is to make Britain the most connected, internet-enable, tech-friendly, innovation-driven, digital-skilled, cyber-secure country in the world.

Miriam Shaviv
Miriam Shaviv is a regular JC columnist. She was previously the paper's opinion editor and foreign editor, and has also been a correspondent and senior editor for the Jerusalem Post, Times Higher Education magazine and Times of Israel.

Stephen Rosenthal
After more than a decade working in public relations, communications and marketing for Google, The British Government and BICOM, Stephen recently became an executive search consultant at The MBS Group. He is a Jewish Chronicle columnist, strategic consultant and experienced speaker. 

Please note that this is a partner event organised by JW3, JC and JDOV and as such your data will be held by these organisations.