Saturday 30 March 2019
At Kingdom Faith Church, Foundry Lane, Horsham
Israel and the Nations
How can we support Israel at the EU, the UN and in the UK - after Brexit?
This will be the third time that European Coalition for Israel meets for a national conference in the UK. The UK has been an important partner and platform for our activities for the last 15 years. This will remain the case also when the UK exits the European Union, as it stands, on Friday 29 March. The next day, Saturday 30 March, we will host our third annual conference in the UK to mark a new season in the history of the UK.
- What will a Brexit mean for Britain and its support for Israel?
- How can British believers stand up for Israel in London, Brussels and New York after Brexit?
- How can the British government position itself on the international arena when no longer a member of the EU?
There are many open questions as we enter this new season together in unity, committed to standing up for Israel across national borders.
Please join us for a timely and important conference on how we together, as ECI, can continue to support Israel domestically and on the international scene through prayer, education and advocacy.
At the conference we will also share how the ECI over the years has developed in to a global coalition for Israel and what this means for our future relations to the UK.
To find out more about ECI visit: www.ec4i.org
Venue: Kingdom Faith Church, Foundry Lane, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 5PX
Speakers & Programme
ECI Founding Director Tomas Sandell
“The vision and mission of ECI. The Journey continues.”
ECI Director for UN Affairs Dr Gregory Lafitte
“Providing a platform for Israel at the United Nations.”
ECI Legal Counsel Andrew Tucker
“Israel on trial – how International law is being misused to discredit Israel.”
ECI representative in Brussels Ruth Isaac
“Grassroots support for Israel on social media and at the EU in Brussels.”
ECI Development Officer Dr Emilie Noteboom
“Building a global support base for ECI.”
Please note: Programme is subject to change.