Education for a Shared Society

With few exceptions, Arab and Jewish youth in Israel attend different schools in separate school systems. They live divided lives in which there is minimal exposure to each other's culture, language, or narrative. This isolation from the "other" throughout the formative years is a root cause of the rifts within Israel's society. The Abraham Initiatives runs several programs to address this core obstacle, re-imagining the education system as a platform for positive first encounters, learning about each other and real partnership.

Projects

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Silence is Golden