Tag Archives: Negev/Naqab

  • Israel Revokes Citizenship of Hundreds of Negev Bedouin

    31 August 2017

    Bedouin citizens of Israel are told that they were given their citizenship by mistake despite their long family lineage and connection to the land.

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  • Hagit Sigawi, Underdog and Public Housing Hero

    3 March 2016

    Raised in and out of public housing, Hagit Sigawi works with Shatil in the struggle for social and economic justice.

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  • Standing for Umm al-Hiran

    15 October 2015

    As the government prepares to raze a Bedouin village to make way for a new Jewish settlement, activists are organizing events highlighting justice and shared society.

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  • Back to School at a Negev Protest

    17 September 2015

    Bedouin children in the unrecognized village of Al-Fura spent the first day of classes protesting for a primary school and kindergartens in the village.

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  • Recreating Local Economies in the Negev

    21 May 2015

    Shatil’s Project WEALTH: Promoting Local Sustainable Economic Development is helping to redefine and rebuild local economies in Israel’s Negev.

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  • Negev Council Launched

    8 January 2015

    The newly launched Negev Council is working to build bridges and address social inequality in the Negev.

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  • Zoom in on Shatil South

    24 July 2014

    SHATIL staffers talk about life under rocket attacks, new challenges, and hope for the future.

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  • Negev Social Entrepreneurs Share a Home

    1 May 2014

    A new center in the Negev gives up and coming social entrepreneurs a space to learn, network, and make a difference.

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  • Ofakim Celebrates New Overnight Medical Center

    30 October 2013

    Thanks to the efforts of NIF grantee Ahuzat Negev, supported by flagship NIF grantee the Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI) and Physicians for Human Rights – Israel, the residents of Ofakim are celebrating the announcement that a urgent care center will be opened in their town. This follows a two year campaign, in which Ahuzat Negev convened two conferences advocating for the opening of the medical center, as well as collaborating with Sapir College to produce a position paper to the Health Ministry on the issue.

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