IN THE PRESS
Discussing the political war on Israel
Zionism and the Holocaust - speaking at launch of "Zionism - The Concise History"
Live TV debate on Arab-Israeli conflict
Sky News interview discussing Iran Deal
ABC The World interview on Polish Holocaust law
US TV segment on "The Anti-Israel Agenda book"
Live TV segment discussing violence in Israel
Newsmax interview on Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Alex Ryvchin was born in Kiev, Ukraine. His family left the Soviet Union as refugees and refuseniks in 1987, when Alex was 3 years old. He attended Sydney Boys High School and went on to study law and politics at the University of New South Wales.
He worked for a member of the state legislature as a researcher and speechwriter before practising law at two of the world's largest law firms, first in Sydney and then in London. He served as a spokesman for the Zionist Federation UK, and was awarded a prestigious Israel Research Fellowship to work as a research fellow and staff writer at a Jerusalem-based think-tank.
In 2013 he joined the Executive Council of Australian Jewry, Australia's premier representative and advocacy body for the Australian Jewish community, and was promoted to co-Chief Executive Officer in February 2018, becoming one of the youngest leaders in the Jewish diaspora. He is a member of the Jewish Diplomatic Corps.
He writes for leading publications and speaks around the world on the Arab-Israeli conflict, foreign and national affairs, antisemitism and the Holocaust, and religion and identity, and is a regular commentator on TV and radio.
His first book is the internationally acclaimed, "The Anti-Israel Agenda - Inside the Political War on the Jewish State", (Gefen Publishing House, 2017).
His latest book is "Zionism - The Concise History" (Connor Court Publishing, 2019).