Tag Archives: Rabbis for Human Rights

  • Building Bus Stops for Unrecognized Bedouin Villages

    7 March 2022

    A group of NIF grantees successfully petitioned Israel’s Ministry of Transportation to install bus stops near unrecognized Bedouin villages in the Negev, providing much-needed public transit access.

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  • Solidarity With Victims of Settler Violence

    17 February 2022

    Hundreds of Israeli activists traveled to the West Bank last week to plant trees in solidarity with the Palestinian village of Burin after extremist settlers targeted olive farmers and members of NIF grantee, Rabbis for Human Rights.

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  • Bolstering Progressive Advocacy

    22 April 2021

    Shatil, NIF’s action-arm in Israel, is helping social change groups advocate for progressive change.

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  • Israel’s Spring and the Long Road to Recovery

    18 March 2021

    As elections near and Israel emerges from the pall of pandemic, civil society must ensure that Israel’s government addresses the long-term effects of the crisis, which have disproportionately fallen on marginalized communities.

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  • Sowing Seeds of Hope

    18 February 2021

    150 Israeli activists from NIF grantees Tag Meir and Rabbis for Human Rights traveled to the West Bank to plant olive trees with Palestinian farmers.

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  • Securing Vaccinations in Israeli Prisons

    21 January 2021

    After five NIF grantees petitioned Israel’s Supreme Court, the Israel Prison Service has begun vaccinating prisoners over 45.

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  • Turning Progressive Values into Policy

    9 December 2020

    Shatil launched a five-part workshop to train progressive organizations to influence policy during this politically tumultuous period.

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  • Protecting Palestinian Olive Trees

    28 October 2020

    From documenting settler vandalism against Palestinian-owned olive trees to organizing annual volunteer trips to help with the harvest, NIF grantees are mobilizing to protect Palestinians’ livelihoods in the West Bank.

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  • Israelis Are Calling Out Corruption

    23 July 2020

    Israelis have taken to the streets, angry and frustrated with their government’s inept response to a second wave of COVID-19. Instead of listening, the government has responded with tear gas, detentions, and conspiracy theories. Sound familiar?

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  • Jewish Extremist Convicted of Murder

    21 May 2020

    The man was responsible for a deadly attack in the West Bank village of Duma in 2015 that killed a Palestinian family.

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