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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.
Pesach teaches us that that we have the power to change course and shift that which may seem immovable.
Today this work continues and we need your renewed support as we work towards a more just and inclusive Israel. We know 2021 will bring its own set of upheavals, with new elections looming and the continued economic impact of the pandemic.
Hannah Brady and Dana Segal have recently been appointed to the Board of Trustees of NIF. Our CEO, Adam Ognall has interviewed them about why they have got more deeply involved with NIF, what motivates them and what their aspirations are.
After decades of advocacy by multiple of our grantees, on March first, Israel’s Supreme ordered the State to recognise Reform and Conservative conversions.
On the first of March, the High Court of Justice accepted our year-long claim that the Israeli General Security Services tracking of civilians during the pandemic is a severe violation of the right to privacy and cannot continue past March 14, 2021 in its current form.
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.