The Herzliya Conference

The Herzliya Conference on the Balance of Israel’s National Security is one of Israel’s principal forums for the discussion of political, social, economic and security-related issues. KKL-JNF plays a significant role each year at this event.

The Herzliya Conference, at which public figures and holders of senior positions in government, business and the academic world debate topics on the current agenda, is organized by the Interdisciplinary Center’s Institute for Policy and Strategy (IPS) and its Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy.
 

L-R: Lt. General Benny Gantz shakes hands with Efi Stenzler. Photo: KKL-JNF Photo Archive
 
IPS is working closely with governments, reserach institutes and public institutions from across the globe. The Herzliya conference is known for creating debates that affect national policy and advance the national interests of Israel.
 
 

 

Herzliya Conference: Photo Exhibit - 110 Years of Productivity

Herzliya Conference: Photo Exhibit - 110 Years of Productivity

KKL-JNF’s photo archive is a treasure trove. Over 200,000 photographs, a number of them rare and of incalculable historical value, are preserved in the archive. Some of the photos exhibited at the 12th Annual Herzliya Conference, are being shown to the public for the first time.

KKL-JNF Session at the Herzliya Conference: Zionism Today

KKL-JNF Session at the Herzliya Conference: Zionism Today

Lieutenant-General Benny Gantz at the Conference’s KKL-JNF Session: “There is a clear connection between KKL-JNF’s activities and strengthening national security.”

Herzliya Conference Participants Experience the Negev First Hand

Herzliya Conference Participants Experience the Negev First Hand

Herzliya Conference participants toured the Negev, and saw many current KKL-JNF projects in water, agriculture, settlement, tourism, afforestation, the environment and education.