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Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte - Discussion with Stefan Schluter

Monday, October 15, 2018 6 Cheshvan 5779

1:30 PM - 3:00 PMTemple Beth El

The Charlotte Eric M. Warburg Chapter of the American Council on Germany,

the Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte,

and the

American Jewish Committee

cordially invite you to a



Stefan Schlüter

Retired German Diplomat


Rising Anti-Semitism and Populism in Europe


Mr. Schlüter has been engaged with the Jewish community for many years and strongly believes German diplomats have an obligation to reach out to Jewish communities due to the legacy of the Holocaust. After studying political science at the University of Hamburg, Schlüter went to Israel as a 23-year-old in 1975 and lived on Kibbutz Ramat Rachel near Jerusalem. He joined the German Foreign Office in 1979, and was sent to Buenos Aires, where he met his wife, and then Algiers before moving to Tel Aviv as spokesman for the German Embassy. While in Tel Aviv from 1986 to 1990, his daughter was born. During diplomatic postings in Los Angeles (where is his son attended a synagogue preschool), New York as Deputy Consul General, and San Francisco as Consul General, Mr. Schlüter engaged in dialogue with Jewish organizations and at synagogues about Germany’s relationship with the Jewish people and organized several trips to Germany for rabbis. Since the summer of 2017, he is a retired member of the German Foreign Office and currently serves as a Program Director at the Diplomatic Academy in Berlin.

There will be no charge to attend. RSVP here by October 14.



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