Brooke Goldstein
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Brooke Goldstein

As the Founder & Executive Director of The Lawfare Project, Brooke Goldstein has gained international acclaim for spearheading groundbreaking civil rights lawsuits around the world.

Human Rights Attorney, Author, and Award-Winning Filmmaker

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  • Faith-based Groups
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  • Jewish Interests
  • Social Justice

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Brooke Goldstein serves as Executive Director of The Lawfare Project, a nonprofit legal fund dedicated to upholding the civil rights of the Jewish community.

She is a widely recognized media personality, public speaker, justice warrior, and the recipient of numerous awards, including the E. Nathaniel Gates Award for Outstanding Public Advocacy, and the Jewish Week’s “36 Under 36 Young Innovators.” Goldstein is a regular commentator on FOX News, a Term Member of the Council of Foreign Relations, and was a 2019 inductee into the Manhattan Jewish Hall of Fame. 

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Why The Fight Against Anti-Semitism is the Civil Rights Movement of Our Time

Brooke Goldstein is an internationally recognized expert on the abuse of Western legal systems and human rights laws. She is the Founder and Executive Director of The Lawfare Project, a non-profit legal think tank and litigation fund dedicated to defending the civil and human rights of the Jewish people. She manages a network of more than 300 lawyers around the world and provides pro bono legal representation to victims of antisemitism and discrimination.

The Roots of Radicalization: from State-Sponsored Indoctrination to Child Suicide Bombers

Brooke Goldstein founded the Children’s Rights Institute, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to track, spotlight, and legally combat violations of children’s basic human rights around the world. CRI has a special focus on state-sponsored indoctrination and the recruitment of children to become suicide-homicide bombers, child soldiers, and human shields. At 23 years old, Brooke risked her life to film an award-winning documentary film, The Making of a Martyr, securing interviews with active and armed members of the Al-Aqsa, Fatah, Islamic Jihad, and Hamas terrorist groups as well as with families of suicide bombers, children imprisoned for attempting to blow themselves up, teachers at terrorist-run schools, and others involved in the phenomenon of child suicide bombing.