The 85th Anniversary of the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games  
UNITED THROUGH SPORTS

Thank you for joining us for a dialogue between senior sporting officials in Israel and around the world, regarding the need to fight hatred, racism and anti-Semitism in sports and in society at large!

United Through Sports


This year will mark the 85th anniversary since the infamous 1936 Berlin Olympic Games. Now, more than ever, with Holocaust survivors succumbing to old age there is an added immediacy in remembering Europe’s darkest days.
Since the 1936 Olympic games were used to legitimize Nazi Germany’s racist and hateful ideology, it is only appropriate that we use the 85th anniversary to remember the event by promoting the unifying power of sports to build a better world.
On Tuesday, August 24th, senior members of the sporting world, both in Israel and worldwide, along with public leaders, diplomats, athletes, and other relevant stakeholders will convene to discuss the need for collaborative action to counter expressions of hatred, racism, and antisemitism in sports, and society at large.



Confirmed Speakers and Contributors 
Co-Sponsors

Robert Singer

Chairman of the Center for Jewish Impact

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Shimon Mizrahi

Chairman of Maccabi Tel Aviv Basketball Club

Yakov Hagoel

Chairman of the World Zionist Organization

Raz Frohlich

Director General of the Ministry of Culture and Sports

Dorit Novak

Director General of Yad Vashem

Adi Rubinstein

Israel Hayom

Uri Dagon

Editor-in-Chief, Sport 5

Michael Muller

Governing Mayor of Berlin

Reuven Rivlin

Former President of the State of Israel

Dino Radja

Member of the Hall of Fame of Basketball

Yael Arad

Member of the Israeli Olympics Committee

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Shira Rishony

Olympic Judoka

Lior Eliyahu

Former Professional Basketball Player

Adam Silver

Commissioner of the NBA

Doron Jamchy

VP Marketing & Community of Maccabi Playtika Tel Aviv

Nachman Shai

Minister of Diaspora Affairs of the State of Israel

Yoel Razvozov

Minister of Tourism of the State of Israel

Uzi Dann

Haaretz