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Daniel Meyerowitz-Katz

Daniel Meyerowwitz-Katz was born in London and moved to Australia in 2004. He graduated with a Bsc. from the University of Sydney in 2009, majoring in statistics.In 2009, he was the National Vice President of the Australasian Union of Jewish Students.

Daniel has participated in and led a number of educational tours to Israel and the Palestinian territories on behalf of AUJS and AIJAC and currently works as a policy analyst at AIJAC

He is currently studying a postgraduate law degree at the University of Technology Sydney.

Author's website: Australian/Israel Jewish Affairs Council

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