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  • Presentation of Nadia Sheikh: Fellow 2010

    04 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    I am 23, live near Princeton, NJ with my husband of two years, whom I met in college. I Attended Princeton University for a fellowship in Public Policy and International Affairs. I completed my BA in Political Science at Rutgers University and will be...

  • Presentation of Leroa Kahn: Fellow 2010

    05 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    I a m from Washington DC but moved to New York over 25 years ago, I am married with twins – a boy and a girl who are 24 years old. My husband is a psychoanalyst who is very supportive of the work that I do. One of the projects that I am working on is...

  • Presentation of Stephen Shashoua: Fellow 2010

    05 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    Born in Montreal, Canada, of Iraqi-Jewish descent, I have lived for the past 7 years in London, England. I have spent the past 5 years working with the Three Faiths Forum, and the last 2 as its Director. I led the development of the organisation from...

  • Presentation of Patricia Benecke: Fellow 2010

    05 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    I'm Patricia Benecke, 41, born in Santiago Chile, brought up in Germany, living and working in London with British actor Patrick Driver for the last 16 years. I also work as a theatre director in Germany, with 2-3 productions per year. I am co-director...

  • Presentation of Conor Ibrahiem:Fellow 2010

    06 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    I'm 33 years old and born and bred in the West Yorkshire city of Bradford (UK). Since being a young boy I always had the dream of becoming an actor and I made sure that I realised that dream. For 10 years I have been a professional and have gained credits...

  • Presentation of Ian Agnew: Fellow 2010

    07 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    I am 40 and live in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, UK I am married to Christina, with two children, Ruby age 5 and Gregory age 2 I Work for the Lorna Young Foundation – a small dynamic charity that supports small farmers in the developing world to gain...

  • Presentation of Naz Kozer: Fellow 2010

    07 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    I am the Artistic Director and Founder of Ulfah Arts. During the last five years I have directed and produced a number of shows with British Muslim women. I am passionate about my faith and the Arts hence the creation of Ulfah, (Arabic for harmony). Born...

  • Presentation of Mussurut Zia: Fellow 2010

    10 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    My name is Mussurut Zia, I am a British Muslim female living in the North West of England. My family is a professional family of bankers, solicitors and teachers, and education is a massive must for me. I am married with 2 children, a son and daughter,...

  • Presentation of Kyle Hannan: Fellow 2010

    10 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    I am born in Cape Town in the mid-60s (Chinese Year of the Snake, otherwise a Leo) and grew up in South Africa and Zimbabwe as the oldest of 6 boys. 80s child who studied for diplomatic service at University but got into radio instead. Married my varsity...

  • Presentation of Yacine Diallo: Fellow 2010

    10 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    Four years ago, graduated from a Master in Business Law from Evry university, with no social network, I decided to left Paris Area for Luxembourg as I was not able to find my first long term internship. I worked as an internationl tax advisor four years...

  • Presentation of Jonah Canner: Fellow 2010

    10 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    My name is Jonah. I am 31 years old and live in Brooklyn. I grew up in a two family house just outside of New York City. My parents and another couple bought a house together when I was 5 or 6 years old so I grew up in a household that had 4 adults and...

  • Presentation of Nathalie Adato: Fellow 2010

    10 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    My name is Nathalie, my last name is ADATO, I am 42 years old and I divorced 3 years ago. I live with my two sons (Jeremy 14 years old and Gabriel 11 years old, I am a very happy and proud mother !!! of course) In free time, when I have enough strength...

  • Presentation of Ali Ansary: Fellow 2010

    10 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    My name is Ali Ansary and I am an Afghan American. My family left Afghanistan in the late 70s from Afghanistan and came to the US as political refugees. I was born in Colorado and have lived in California since I was 12. In 2008 I helped co-found SeventyK....

  • Presentation of James Sevitt Fellow 2010

    10 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    I grew up in Toronto, Canada to British parents who immigrated there after they married in 1972. Toronto was a fantastic place to grow up, along with my one older sister, and remains an incredible city today. The diversity and vibrancy of the city played...

  • Shaista Gohir interviewed by Stephen Shashoua

    18 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    How far are you in making your project a reality or what stage in the process are you in? Still at the initial stage, not even done the business plan as i have been so busy. How has the fellowship assisted you in developing your project? It has got me...

  • The AdR Fellowship in Saphir News

    27 May 2010 ( #Media )

    Le dialogue judéo-musulman, revu par la fondation De Rothschild: link Interview de Firoz Ladak, directeur de la fondation Réunir des jeunes entrepreneurs sociaux de confessions juive et musulmane, tel est le nouveau défi du programme de formation d’Ariane...

  • Geert Hofstede

    31 May 2010 ( #Cross Cultural Dialogue )

    Geert Hofstede™ Cultural Dimensions " Culture is more often a source of conflict than of synergy. Cultural differences are a nuisance at best and often a disaster." Prof. Geert Hofstede, Emeritus Professor, Maastricht University. What are the practical...

  • Presentation of Frederic Benhaim Fellow 2010

    07 June 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    The Earth has been mistreated and only by restoring a balance, only by living with the Earth, only by emphasizing knowledge and expertise towards soft energies and soft technology for people and for life, can we overcome the patriarchal ego." Petra Kelly...

  • Presentation of Johan Weisz-Myara: Fellow 2010

    23 June 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    Who? I am Johan Weisz-Myara, 27 years old, Paris. I am a media and social entrepreneur at StreetPress.com. I am a journalist. I have been working since 2002 in different radios, newspapers, a news website and a TV channel and also worked on a book Opa...

  • Estelle Barthelemy in the media

    04 July 2010 ( #Media )

    Link of the article: http://www.psychologies.com/Planete/Portraits-de-femmes/Portraits/Estelle-Barthelemy-la-belle-diversite On la rencontre chez Prune, son café favori, à deux pas de La Ruche, cette pépinière d’entrepreneurs sociaux située le long du...

  • Article in the wall street Jounral Before the lauch of the 2010 fellowship

    04 July 2010 ( #Media )

    Building a Strong Bridge Between Clashing Cultures The Rothschild banking dynasty is trying to fuse business efficiency and philanthropy. The Rothschild Foundations are giving $1 million to sponsor fellowships for two dozen Muslim and Jewish social entrepreneurs...

  • Sam Adelsberg in the Jewish Week

    08 July 2010 ( #Media )

    Empowering Palestinian micro-entrepreneurs Tamar Snyder Staff Writer Tuesday, June 15, 2010 Samuel Adelsberg As an Orthodox Jew who grew up in a Modern Orthodox home in Brooklyn, Samuel Adelsberg braced himself for the worst of reactions when he unveiled...

  • The AdR Fellowship in the Jewish Daily Forward

    27 May 2010

    Muslims and Jews: Fostering Respect, Bridging Cultural Differences: link Education ALISON CIES Deep in Conversation: Sam Adelsberg, right, and Salman Ravala discuss a point during a two-week workshop for 30 social entrepreneurs from the United States...

  • The AdR Fellowship in the Financial Times

    28 September 2010

    Building bridges By Rebecca Knight Published: September 26 2010 18:36 | Last updated: September 26 2010 18:36 Bridge of Sighs, St John’s College, Cambridge If diplomats and politicians cannot resolve the historical conflict between Muslim and Jewish communities,...

  • Presentation of Rachel Maryles: Fellow 2010

    10 May 2010 ( #AdR Fellows )

    I am the Assistant Director of the Religious Diversity in Health Care program at the Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding. Our health care work focuses on cultural competency through the lens of religion, as we believe religion is one of...

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