“Staying positive in isolation: Conversation with Natan Sharansky”
Natan Sharansky is the President of the Shlijut Institute and the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP).
Among his many achievements, Natan Sharansky is one of the founding members of the Moscow Helsinki Group.
He was condemned to thirteen years in prison, including solitary confinement and forced labor, and liberated after nine years due to the intense international pressure from the Jewish Communities around the world. In this conversation, Sharansky will share his personal experience and constructive advice to mantain one’s wellbeing.

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