Me, Myself and Why

Jeremie Bracka is an Australian/Israeli human rights lawyer, actor, playwright and satirist. He has trained professionally at the National Theatre School of Performing Arts (Melbourne). Over the last decade, he has performed his original one-man comedies: 'Lox, Shmocks and Two Smoking Salmons', 'Enough About Me ... Let's Talk About Jew', and 'Arafat in Therapy', at significant arts festivals, in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Auckland, Hong Kong, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and New York.

Alongside theatre, Jeremie worked with the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Vice President of Israel's Supreme Court and Israel's Permanent Mission to the United Nations. He is currently a PhD candidate in international human rights law at Monash University and visiting scholar at Tel Aviv University.