Ethnic and religious minorities

COVID-19 crisis makes ‘routine’ experience of minorities unbearable

Minority communities are in constant pursuit of equal opportunity, particularly in education, employment and welfare.

RABBI PINCHAS GOLDSCHMIDT: Jews become the collateral damage
Leaders condemn end of EU's Special Envoy for Religious Freedom

Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt called the move "the wrong signal" at a time "in which Jews and other religious minorities are increasingly being targeted online and offline by extremists.

Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi prays inside Dar Bishi synagogue in Tripoli October 1, 2011. Gerbi a
UN recognizes Libyan Jews' right to take part in country's peace process

The UN envoy has yet to comment on Luzon's claims, but Libyan officials are already questioning the decision.

The Jewish arguments at the heart of Trump’s judicial nominee controversy

“Ethnically heterogeneous societies exhibit less political and civic engagement, less effective governing institutions, and fewer public goods.”

First-of-its-kind Bedouin youth village school graduates inaugural class

Established and operated by The Jewish Agency for Israel, the youth village aims to help empower and give Bedouin youth skills and education.

PROJECT MANAGER Yoram Arad (center) with a site work team.
The little NGO that could

“Well, I made a difference to that one.”

No kosher hospital cops

What is ironic is that the fight involves hospitals, one of the places in Israel where tolerance and coexistence are manifest among different populations.

Handshake (illustrative)
Gov’t signs Holocaust education agreement with Myanmar

The agreement covers educational cooperation from the preschool level all the way to university.

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