DiploAct is a ten-month program that includes tours, workshops and lectures on public speaking, history, Zionism, debate, and more.
The pro-Israeli community is drastically outnumbered. There is a vital need for many more Israeli activists in the important battle for international public opinion in academia and social media. This disparity in numbers is accompanied by Zionist ideological weakness and confusion that is reflected in the belief in the justice of the cause among young Israelis and Jews in Israel and in the Diaspora.
DiploAct is a ten-month program that includes tours, workshops, and lectures on public speaking, history, Zionism, debate, and more.
The program is designed to train outstanding Israeli students to defend Israel and the Zionist idea in the international consciousness with an emphasis on young people and students. The program's participants acquire diverse tools in diplomacy and activism with an aim to expanding the circle of active Israelis in the field, both on social media and in the public arena in various countries around the world.
Lectures and meet-ups with leaders of public opinion, journalists, military personnel, politicians, and senior intellectuals
Improving English and public-speaking skills
Professional training in social media management and content production led by advertising and digital experts
Creating young communities for learning and developing. Holding experiential community meetings, and weekends in interesting places
Exposure to the State of Israel's strategic operations in actions against boycott movements
Enrichment tours in strategic areas (Hebron, Samaria, Gaza border), enrichment seminars, and more…
“The DiploAct program has given us a platform for defending Israel using our experiences from the IDF. Students on today’s campuses are not interested in facts—stories are what resonates with them. It’s amazing to see the change in their perspectives as soon as they hear our stories.”
“Sitting in Israel and watching how Israel’s name continues to be slandered around the world doesn’t feel good, especially when I know that I can help. I know that I can make a difference and that the DiploAct program can give me the opportunity to engage in meaningful dialog and help others learn the truth about Israel.”
“The DiploAct program has given me the opportunity to personally influence the lives of Jewish and pro-Israel students who are being harassed by BDS groups operating on American campuses.”