‘It’s all about coexistence’

Two organizations come together in an unlikely partnership to achieve a unified goal

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July 4, 2013 14:12
religious and secular mechinot

Religious and secular mechinot521. (photo credit: Avi Hayon)

 
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Whether it’s differences in politics, religious observance or many other factors that may keep Israelis apart, there is one organization whose diverse leadership has put their differences aside in order to cultivate the next generation of leaders in civil society.

Known as the Joint Council of Mechinot, or Israeli Zionist Leadership Academies, this small but committed group of lay-leaders and professionals has taken the reins in operating Israel’s 42 pre-army leadership academies.

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