|Absorption of Immigrants from the |
Enables disadvantaged children of immigrants to fulfill their scholastic potential and integrate into Israeli society.
|Adva Center || |
Provides policy analysis, advocacy and public education on issues of inequality among various population groups in Israel, with a special focus on gender.
|Afaq–Almothalat – Association for |
Research and Development
Advocacy efforts and consciousness-raising activities on the issues of education and environmental justice aimed at improving the conditions in the Arab town of Taibe.
|Alrabbata: League for the Arabs of Jaffa || |
Advocacy efforts to improve housing in Jaffa for Arab citizens of Israel.
|Arab Center for Alternative Planning || |
Advocacy efforts for equal allocation of land resources to the Arab population in Israel, and for representation of Arabs in planning institutions.
|Arous Elbahr for the Woman in Jaffa || |
Empowers Arab women in Jaffa economically, culturally, individually and in the community by means of consciousness-raising, public campaigns, community and economic empowerment activities and services.
|Association For the Promotion of the |
Arab Education System in Haifa
Develops a parent advocacy model to enhance the Arab public education system in Haifa, for replication in other mixed cities; advances special needs programs and is establishing the first public Arts School for the Arab sector.
|Ayam – Recognition and Dialogue || |
Advances co-existence and initiates public discourse through exposure and documentation of the history and memory of disadvantaged populations in the Jewish-Arab city of Jaffa.
|Bimat Kedem || |
Celebrates and advances Mizrachi perspectives in Israeli culture and art through showmanship, literary events, and publishing of books and magazines.
|Castal || |
Promotes the integration of adolescents from the former Soviet Union in Israeli society and works to prevents them from declining into situations of risk.
|Centurion || |
Empowerment activities among FSU immigrant security workers whose employment rights have been violated, and advocacy efforts aimed at the authorities.
|Citizens Build a Community || |
Works to close the social gaps and develop an active civil society in the city of Lod by setting up youth centers in Jewish-Arab neighborhoods and developing local leadership.
|Community Advocacy: Genesis Israel || |
Supports community-based legal and practical aid and community organizing in disadvantaged neighborhoods in Jerusalem and Be'er Sheva.
|Follow-Up Committee for Arab Education || |
The main body representing the Arab public vis-à-vis the education system, advancing equitable allocation of educational resources to Arab schools and greater autonomy in education for the Arab sector.
|Food Security Center || |
Raises public awareness of the problem of food insecurity on a national level and promotes nutrition and food security among low-income groups in the Negev, with a focus on children.
|Forum of Directors of Social Welfare |
Departments Serving The Arab Population
Advocacy efforts and consciousness-raising activities directed at professionals, to ensure equal allocations to Arab citizens inthe area of social welfare.
|Forum of Representatives of Ethiopian |
Jewish Community Organizations for
the Ethiopian National Project (ENP)
Promotes the welfare, education, and employment of the Ethiopian community, with a special emphasis on influencing and monitoring the work of the Ethiopian National Project (a joint project of JDC, the Jewish Agency and the UJC).
|Friends by Nature - Community |
Dedicated to the successful integration of the Ethiopian immigrant community in Israel. It focuses on developing civil society, young leadership and increasing community involvement.
|Friends of Kedma School || |
Model academic junior high and high schools for youth from disadvantaged neighborhoods, with a focus on strengthening a positive Mizrachi (Sephardic)–Jewish identity.
|Friendship and Cooperation || |
Promotes the involvement of immigrant parents on parent committees in the Israeli educational system.
|Hakol Chinuch || |
Works to better the education system in Israel by promoting legislation, establishing a research institute and supporting different educational frameworks.
|Haokets || |
Supports “Haokets”, a political-social-economic blog, aimed at expanding the public and media’s discourse and creating a media platform for civil society in Israel.
|Hazit Ha'Kavod || |
Public education and advocacy activities aimed at promoting the pension rights of immigrants from the FSU.
|Ikrit || |
Helps the residents of Ikrit village to return to the land on which the village stood until 1948, through advocacy efforts, activities to raise public awareness and designing a blueprint for the village.
|Israeli Center for Social Justice || |
Works for the inclusion of social objectives in the State budget and influences governmental policies to narrow social and economic gaps.
|Israeli Human Rights Organization of |
People With Disabilities
Promotes the rights of persons with disabilities in Israel to equality in all walks of life through advocacy and raising awareness among the general public and the disabled.
|Kefa For Social Change In The Negev || |
Brings Rahat (and Bedouin society in general) services on an equal footing by advocacy vis-à-vis the municipality and government agencies, and a philanthropic branch that helps residents with food and clothing.
|Mahapach: Education, Housing, and |
Educational and community empowerment programs operated by university students in low-income Jewish and Arab neighborhoods throughout Israel.
|Mossawa || |
Policy analysis and advocacy efforts to ensure equality in government budgets and policies for Arab citizens of Israel, and Jewish-Arab activities to combat racism among the Israeli public.
|Movement for Dignified Living || |
Enables homeless residents in Be'er Sheva to get organized, and promotes advocacy activities aimed at the authorities to change housing policies.
|New Discourse (The Democratic |
Advocacy for social rights, including housing and educational opportunities, for disadvantaged populations.
|One Plus One || |
Leadership programs for young immigrants from the former Soviet Union.
|Organization for Housing Rights || |
Advocacy and activities to promote access to affordable housing for middle and low income populations.
|Pardes – for Community Development |
in south Tel Aviv
Develops community infrastructure in the the Shapira and Qiryat Shalom neighborhoods in south Tel Aviv.
|Public Trust || |
Promotes change in the consumer culture in Israel by addressing public complaints, conducting investigations in the area of consumerism and participating in legislative processes, public struggles and media activities.
|Sister for Women in Israel || |
Works for the economic and personal empowerment of diverse women in Israel, with a focus on Mizrachi, Ethiopian and other disempowered groups, and runs Israel’s first fair trade store.
|Social Economic Association - SEA || |
Promotes an alternative socio-economic worldview and encourages a critical public discourse on these issues.
|South Wing to Zion || |
Efforts to promote the aliyah and absorption of Jews remaining in Ethiopia.
|Supportive Environment || |
Unique model of training courses and mentoring for minority women interested in opening their own business as a means of escaping the cycle of poverty.
|Syncopa Community || |
Provides an alternative media platform that expresses an independent and critical perspective on Israeli society.
|Tebeka – Center for Legal Aid & |
Advocacy for Ethiopian Jewish In Israel
Legal assistance and empowerment activities to advance the rights of citizens of Ethiopian origin.
|Tehuda || |
Cultivates young leadership in developing towns in Israel.
|The Israeli Association for Distributive Justice || |
Promotes a just distribution of resources in Israel by monitoring governmental activities, advocacy efforts aimed at decision-makers and legal petitions.
|The Jerusalem Inter-Cultural Center || |
Works to improve the compatibility between the cultural activities and services provided in Jerusalem, and the various populations receiving it by arranging courses and workshops on inter-cultural activities.
|The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute || |
Aims to build tools that will facilitate and influence the socio-economic dialogue and policy decisions in Israel.
|Women Lawyers for Social Justice || |
Works to narrow social and economic gaps through public education and legal activities designed to link feminist discourse with social justice.