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Your support means that asylum seekers can get access to basic provisions and healthcare, that health guidance is available to residents in Arabic so everyone is safe, and that we can continue to protect victims of domestic violence.
COVID-19 has revealed inequities and vulnerabilities in all of the societies it has affected. During a public health crisis, equality and inclusion cannot be afterthoughts. NIF grantees are working to ensure that everyone in Israel – no matter their legal status or what language they speak – has access to government services and public health information.
We are proud to share with you in this annual review a substantial set of achievements and developments that we delivered this last year, with your support.
NIF is offering a virtual film club, bringing you poignant and relevant Israeli films during these days when we have more time to catch up on films we may have missed, ones we want to see again, or completely new ones.
After you’ve watched the movie, join us for a lively and interactive discussion on Zoom every Tuesday.
Between Israel’s most recent election and the uncertainty around the COVID-19 virus, it’s been an anxious few weeks.
We’re thinking about everyone affected by the outbreak and hoping for easier news in the days ahead.
NIF is taking all of the necessary precautions, in Israel, in the UK, and in our offices around the world, to ensure the safety of our staff, partners, and community members.
The New Israel Fund Fellowship is a year-long programme for our supporters in their 20s and 30s offering a unique immersion into current issues in Israeli society, opportunities to build connections with Israeli activists leading positive change, and the skills and platforms to advance our work in the UK.
Registration for the 2020-2021 Fellowship are now open. Click here to register your interest.