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Stephen Hoffman Biography

Former Campaigns and Public Affairs Officer at the Zionist Federation
Pro to the question "Is a Two-State Solution (Israel and Palestine) an Acceptable Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?"

“Everyone knows what the peace process would involve, so it is not some far off dream, it just requires courageous leaders. Sacrifices need to be made by both sides, for Israel it would abandoning most of the West Bank and coming to some creative solution over Jerusalem, for the Palestinians they will need to renounce claims to the whole of Israel, reject violence and realize that the return of the Palestinian refugees is a non-starter. Generous peace offers have been offered before by both Barak and Olmert and the Palestinian leaders rejected it. Let’s hope in the near future it will be third time lucky.”

Sarah Brown, “Children of Peace Interview: Stephen Hoffman,”, May 2013

Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Parliamentary Liaison Officer, Conservatives for Liberty (UK)
  • Public Affairs Executive, ABTA, London (UK), Feb. 2015-present
  • Director of Middle East Studies, Parliament Street, Sep. 2014-present
  • Communications Officer, Croydon Conservative Future (UK), Sep. 2014-present
  • Committee Member, Young Abraham Fund UK, Feb. 2014-present
  • Contributor, Darrow online magazine
  • Public Affairs Intern, Incisive Health, London, Jan. 2015-Feb. 2015
  • Parliamentary Assistant and Caseworker, Office of David Davies, Member of Parliament for Monmouth (UK), Aug. 2013-Nov. 2014
  • Campaigns and Public Affairs Officer, Zionist Federation, London, July 2012-Aug. 2013
  • Parliamentary Liaison Intern, Freedom Association, London, June 2010-June 2011
  • E-Campaigns Secretary, Leeds Conservative Future (UK), Sep. 2009-June 2010
  • BA, Politics and Parliamentary Studies, University of Leeds (UK), 2012
  • Twitter handle: @thehoff102
Quoted in:
  1. Does Israel Commit Acts of Terrorism?