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And on another note: “Netanyahu has never respected the professional diplomatic corps,” explained Anshel Pfeffer.
Israeli NGO to consult for the UN's Economic and Social Council
CBS made history when it became the first company to pledge it will audition actors with disabilities when new productions are picked up.
Shalva forges partnership with Russian Jewish Congress.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
The Kelev Tov project is part of the Shekulo Tov nonprofit; it is the only program in the country that integrates people with mental health problems to employment working with animals.
By KEREN PREISKEL
Accusations flew as lawmakers entered a fiery debate during the Knesset plenum over disability stipends.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Since 1982, ALEH continues to be the country’s leading network of facilities for children with severe disabilities.
By SARAH LEVI
Hanan Tal, co-CEO of “Disabled is not a Half-Person,” said this is an important step in achieving their goals.
The topic of the meeting is the "government's torture of the disabled."
There are currently some 238,000 Israelis who have disabilities. Of these, some 195,000 are classified as being 100% disabled.
Critics call it too little, too late.
Currently the monthly stipend for disabled people is below the current poverty line.
We are so thankful for the support of our incredible partners around the world, both those who have always run alongside us and those who have cheered us on from the side lines.
By SHLOMIT GRAYEVSKY
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