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The Your Israel Society at Concordia proudly invites you to our first Israel Shabbat Dinner with Dr. Csaba Nikolenyi, PhD
Director of the Azrieli Institute of Israel Studies


Enjoy all your favourite Israeli Shabbat Delicacies along with some fantastic discussion and great ambience. Zero Pressure… Total Pleasure.

Great Food * Great Company * Great Shabbat Spirit

Dinner Catered by
L’Orchidée Traiteur Kosher

$10 Concordia Students
$22 Young Professionals
$35 Adult
$20 Chabad NDG Coop Member

7:00pm - Kabbalat Shabbat Services with Rabbi Zvi Hershcovich

7:30pm - Kiddush & Shabbat Dinner is Served

8:30pm - Keynote Address: "What Israel Means to Me and You" with Dr. Csaba Nikolenyi, PhD

Hosted by
Andrea Elhadad, Jonathan Mamane, Mor Robin, Jeremy Benchaya, Alejandro Fridman, Angeline Feyt, Mark Weissfelner, Michaela Elhadad and Leah Saghy

In Conjunction with
Chabad at Concordia - Loyola Campus
Your Israel Society
Young Jewish Professionals Montreal

Sponsorships Available $180/$360

About Csaba Nikolenyi, PhD
Professor, Political Science Director of the Azrieli Institute of Israel Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies

Csaba Nikolenyi received his PhD from the University of British Columbia in 2000 and was hired by Concordia University the same year. His research focuses on the comparative study of political parties, electoral systems and legislatures in post-communist democracies as well as on the political systems of Israel and India. He was former English Co-Editor of the Canadian Journal of Political Science (2006-11). He served as Code Administrator in the Faculty of Arts and Science between 2009 and 2011 and as Chair of the Department of PoliticalScience between 2011 and 2014. Currently, he is the Director of the Azrieli Institute of Israel Studies. Dr. Nikolenyi has published extensively in comparative politics journals and has authored two books: Minority Government in India (Routledge 2010) and Institutional Design and Party Government inPost-Communist Democracies (Oxford University Press, 2014). He was Visiting Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2007-8) and at the Centre for European Studies at the Australian National University (2012).