WIZO UK Commitment Awards brings six social activists to Israel

February 11, 2016 18:49


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Leaders of the World Women’s International Zionist Organization federation in Britain (WIZOUK) arrived in Israel this week accompanied by the six winners of the 2016 WIZOUK Commitment Awards.

The Commitment Awards, in its second year, recognizes individuals who address the needs of others through social activism.

This year’s winner included: Fusion Gateways, a vocational education developer; Martin Vegoda, a facilitator of interfaith dialogue; Avi Djanogly, a revolutionary in the field of water-conservation; Deborah Gundle, the founder of an online resource for people with learning disabilities; volunteerism activist Orli Shoshana West, and John Ware, a BBC-affiliated investigative journalist.

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