Australian Jewish Association (AJA) President Dr. David Adler will be the featured speaker of a CAM partner webinar on Thursday, October 7th, at 8 AM EDT/10 PM AEDT.
Don’t miss a unique opportunity to hear from a leading representative of Australia’s Jewish community by registering for a CAM partner webinar — airing on Thursday, October 7th, at 8 AM EDT/10 PM AEDT — that will feature Australian Jewish Association (AJA) President Dr. David Adler.
Established in 2017, the AJA seeks to embody the combined values of Torah — the spiritual center for the Jewish people — and the democratic values of Australia. The AJAA’s main core principles include: using the Torah as a guide for the policies in the Australian government, advancing the interests of liberal democratic values in Australia, and standing with Israel as the Jewish homeland.
President Dr. David Adler emphasizes AJA’s commitment to representing the Jewish community of Australia that identifies with the self-determination of the Jewish people, preserving individual rights in Australia, and maintaining national security.
The organization’s mission is to provide a platform and a voice for Australian Jews who identify with the organization’s message and mission statement. AJA welcomes all Jews, no matter their religious observance level. The AJA has spoken out in defense of the Jewish community and has even been recently cited as a source reference by journalists from well-known media sources.
To register for this Zoom webinar, titled “A New Voice for the Australian Jewish Community: Australian Jewish Association,” visit: us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cPJvNXxYQgaEbV7_8jSvrg
For more information on the Australian Jewish Association, visit its website: jewishassociation.org.au
Dr. David Adler graduated from the University of NSW with a medical degree and served as the Deputy Medical Secretary of the Australian Medical Association, introducing him to the world of policy and advocacy at the administrative level. He is an active participant in the Orthodox community of Sydney and publicly speaks at many events hosted by the greater Jewish community in the Sydney area.