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- Merav Livneh-Dill
Merav is the coordinator of the Religious Pluralism Project at SHATIL. She was previously director of national programs for Hillel in Israel. She is an Alumnus of Hebrew University's Revivim program for Jewish educators and she wrote her master's thesis on the topic of gender in Judaism. Merav lives in the greater Jerusalem area with her two children and writes articles on Jewish culture for 'Café Gibraltar' an online magazine of alternative culture on music & theatre.
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