Helen Davis

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Helen Davis is a journalist and public relations professional. She runs Helen Davis Associates (HDA), a 'London-based conference organiser specialising in niche conferences and workshops'.[1]

Israel Today for the World of Tomorrow Israel in the World: Changing Lives Through Innovation Helen Davis and Douglas Davis Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2005, With a foreword from Rupert Murdoch.

She served as Director of the Britain-Israel Public Affairs Centre (BIPAC) for eight years in the 1990s.[2]

According to the HDA website:

In 2009, Helen organised a major conference on maritime piracy, in association with RAND Europe, Norton Rose LLP, the International Maritime Organisation and the International Maritime Bureau. She also organised a conference on possible maritime implications of COP15, in association with Norton Rose LLP.
Helen previously worked extensively in areas of international security and politics, and has organised conferences on a range of geopolitical and geostrategic issues with Chatham House, the International Institute of Strategic Studies, the Royal United Services Institute, King's College London, and the security firm Quest.
In Europe, she has organised a conference on European-US relations with the Transatlantic Institute in Brussels, a conference on democracy with the Magna Carta Foundation in Rome, and eight annual conferences on Middle East issues with Axel Springer Verlag in Berlin.[1]


Douglas Davis, husband



  1. 1.0 1.1 Helen Davis Associates Helen, accessed 11 June 2012.
  2. Cockfosters Learning Centre Course A3 - Contemporary Israel - Slices of Life: The Israeli Embassy and Guest Lecturers, accessed 11 June 2012