Weekend seminar of our partner Israel Be Free
With the support of the FNF Jerusalem the Israel Chofsheet organizes twice a year intensive weekend seminars for their veteran alumni and new students of their training courses Tashtit, which train the graduates to become social change makers in favor for individual and religious freedom. The seminar provides the alumni with the opportunity to engage in extensive exchange with key-stakeholders of the political, media and religious realm about a new vision of religion and state relations in Israel. Among the speakers were Avi Gabbay, chairman of Avoda Party, Tamar Zandberg, newly elected chairwoman of Meretz, and Michael Biton, mayor of Yerucham.
Here are a few impressions from the last alumni weekend seminar implemented by our partner Israel Be Free (aka Israel Chofsheet) in cooperation with FNF Jerusalem in June.