Join us to explore trends in legislation, the legal status of the Arab minority, government efforts for Arab economic development and public discourse within the context of state-minority relations.
This update outlines current Arab citizen representation in higher education, the status of major programs launched under the CHE's first six-year plan, and how the second six-year plan, launched in 2016, builds on these efforts.
An in-depth briefing on why informal education for Arab society has become a social and economic priority in Israel, and how gaps and barriers are being addressed.
Special attention was given to women and children’s issues, welfare policies, transportation infrastructure, and the government’s 5-year socio-economic development plan for Negev Bedouin.
Participants explored concerns that current patterns of representation negatively affect Jewish-Arab relations in Israel.
On October 19, the Mariam Foundation will light the US Embassy building in pink, an annual tradition, and provide women with references for mammography testing.