Join the Task Force and the Conference of Presidents to hear Israel's Druze community from its spiritual leader, Sheikh Moafaq Tarif.
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.
Educators, civil society, and government leaders explored improving quality and access to education in Bedouin society.
Recommendations cover issues of governance, restorative processes and cultural representation, education, economic development and land use.
Many programs have increased in size and several organizations have added new initiatives encompassing hundreds of schools and tens of thousands of Jewish and Arab students from all over the country.
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.