Friendship League in Culture and Sport

Friendship League in Culture and Sport

Israel is a highly diverse country, many communities live largely separate existences with few opportunities for sustained interaction between communities. The Friendship League was established to bring women—key bridgers and connectors—from Israel's various communities together, to interact and build connections through sports and culture.

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PROGRAMS IMPLEMENTED
PROGRAM NAME ISSUES/TAGS
Art Training Course - Catchball
Through this course, students will be taught by an instructor through two chapters, theoretical -  lecture, demonstration and discussions in the field and classroom, and independent learning, and applied - study and application of technique ...
Economic Development, Education, Employment, Health, Women
Friendship League and Team Building for Girls
Based in the region of Galilee, this project is designed for ages 10-18 and builds on the Friendship League’s success in mobilizing women from communities across the Israeli periphery. The goal of the program is to bring together  ...
Economic Development, Education, Employment, Health, Jewish-Arab Relations, Media and Culture, Negev Bedouin, Religion, Women, sports
Catchball Friendship League for Women
The Friendship League of Culture and Sports ‘The League’ was created to promote the development of shared society by engaging women from Israel’s diverse cultural, ethnic, and religious communities thro ...
Economic Development, Education, Employment, Health, Jewish-Arab Relations, Media and Culture, Negev Bedouin, Religion, Women, sports
CONTACT INFORMATION
Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago

Website: http://www.juf.org/