Anne Bayefsky, M.Litt.
Graduate School of Jewish Studies
Anne Bayefsky is the Director of the Touro’s Institute on Human Rights and the Holocaust, and a professor at the Graduate School of Jewish Studies. She received her Master of Letters from Oxford University and recently served as a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, an independent research organization which promotes the advancement of global security, prosperity and freedom. Professor Bayefsky has served as a delegate of the government of Canada and many non-governmental organizations, including the International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists and the American Society of International Law, at United Nations conferences worldwide. She is the author or editor of 11 books and has taught at York University, Columbia University and the University of Ottawa.
Areas of Expertise
Modern day Middle East, human rights, the Holocaust
In The News
Latest UN commission on "Occupied Palestinian Territory" is less inquiry, more inquisition, Jewish Press
'You are going to pay for this UN war on Israel,' advocate warns CPAC attendees, Jewish News Syndicate (JNS)
UN misinformation campaign is a declaration of war on Israel, Israel Hayom
Pro-Israel NGOs submit 2 million complaints to UN inquiry against Israel, The Jerusalem Post
Why is the United States still paying for the UN's anti-Semitic force, JNS
UN ditches its rules for an anti-Israel inquiry, JNS
UN-happy anniversary to the Human Rights Council: The anti-Israel body makes a mockery of its responsibilities, New York Daily News
U.N. Human Rights Council — Get out of the quicksand or drown - National Review
Controversial UN conference on reperations, racism slammed by Pompeo as being 'laced with anti-Semitism,' FOX News
Diplomatic terrorism at the UN, courtesy President Obama, Fox News