I would like, at the outset, to put the spotlight on the struggle of women in our shared society. Violence, disrespect, and inequality towards women are all part of Israeli society. Regardless of nationality. This year 25 women, 13 from Arab society and 12 from Jewish society, were murdered. Violence is not confined to national boundaries.
Dear Givat Haviva Community, Please take a moment to read the reflections of Naomi, a teen participant in Givat Haviva’s Through Others’ Eyes program, in which Jewish and Arab youth came to better understand one another through communication, understanding, and photography.
t is difficult to grasp the gap between what is happening in Givat Haviva and what is happening in the State of Israel.
Here, as you will see in the reports on the past month, Givat Haviva is at its peak – all the educational programs are active, the art center is vibrant, our equality and empowerment programs in Arab society are running on a larger scale than ever, and the campus is full and diverse.
Dear friends and colleagues, In the wake of Saturday’s horrific events, the Givat Haviva community struggles to find rays of light in this darkness. We hope that the lessons learned from this include being reminded of the preciousness of life,