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May 4th brings the deadline PM Netanyahu has to form a government. We don’t know if he will succeed and whether Israel’s two-year long political stalemate will be broken. What is clear though is that any democratic future for Israel – one defined by equality and justice – will be achieved not just through the political process, but by the heroic work of Israel’s civil society as well.
The Trustees of the New Israel Fund are delighted to announce that David Davidi-Brown has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the New Israel Fund. David will take up his post in late June 2021. Read more.
The flaring of tensions in Jerusalem means that NIF and our grantees work de-escalating conflict, overcoming ethnic and religious divides and combatting extremism has never been more urgent or important.
The work of the New Israel Fund has always been guided by our shared values - democracy, equality and social justice
Faced with a global pandemic and ensuing political instability, we have been reminded that at its core our work is about one thing more than any other: connecting our community of supporters here in the UK with the activists, advocates and allies in Israel to meet the
challenges of the day, together. Click here to read our 2020 annual review.
Our 2020 accounts have now been published and are a testament to our ability to grow and achieve impact despite all that 2020 brought.
The New Israel Fund in the UK was established 25 years ago to champion a vision of an Israel true to our core human values of inclusiveness, equality, and justice. And together, we are making progress. Here are some snapshots of the work we have delivered together for equality, social justice and human rights for all Israelis these last 25 years.