The second year (2020) will focus on the topic "Israel and Germany in the Year of the US Presidential Election: National Narratives, Identities and Foreign Policy". Cooperation partners include the American Jewish Committee (AJC), the European Leadership Network (ELNET), the foreign policy magazine Internationale Politik (IP) and Women in International Security (WIIS).
Under the patronage of Sigmar Gabriel, former Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs and chairman of the Atlantik-Brücke, the foundation awards fellowships to young journalists working on foreign and socio-political issues that will continue to be relevant in Israel and Germany in the future.
The projects are discussed with experts in closed workshops, presented at public conferences and published.
Our 2020 fellows are:
Beyza Arslan: “Jewish-Muslim Relations in Germany, Israel and the USA”
Itamar Ben-Ami: “The Jewish Weimar Century beyond Germany”
Benjamin Brown: “Israel, the Jewish Diaspora and their role in International Relations.”
Hanno Hauenstein: Working Title: “Minor Narratives”
Steffi Hentschke: "Heimish in the Holy Land" - A research on the descendants of German Jews in Israel in the context of the US election year
Noa Rekanaty: “The Jewish Identity Post WW2- Why America?”