gender equality in israel

Legislative committee approves bill for gender salary equality

According to the bill, employers who employ over 100 employees will be forced by law to publish an annual report detailing the differences in salary between women and men in the organization.

Israeli teen revamps classic playing cards to represent gender equality

"All genders are equal, so why is the Queen worth less? And what about the Jack? Where's the princess?"

Israel ranked 64th in progress towards gender equality by World Economic Forum

Despite maintaining best record in region, Jewish state drops 18 spots since 2018

By TARA KAVALER/THE MEDIA LINE
20/12/2019
From right: Yanki Margalit. Yael Ovadia. Adi Sofer-Teeni, Nissim Bar-El. Hagit Adler. Yoel Cheshin
Business leaders meet to discuss gender inequality and workers’ rights

“Israel is at the bottom of the income distribution inequality scale,” explained Nissim Barel, chairman of the Yozmot Atid NGO.

President Rivlin received the 2018 Diversity in Employment Index.
Women in Israel earn 59% of men’s salaries - diversity index

Ethiopian and Arab women earn less than 50% of the average wage.

On gender separation in academia

Medad and Pollak talk about separated programs without mentioning or confronting the fact that the separation is asymmetric.

By DAVID HAREL , ORNA KUPFERMAN
22/12/2018
EMET Prize laureates Hanna Herzog and Michal Rovner
Art, and women, making an impact on the landscape of Israel

EMET Prize laureates Michal Rovner and Hanna Herzog describe the powerful impact their work has on how we see the world.

A man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him
Israeli educational program trains teen girls for elite cyber jobs

CyberGirlz aims to close the gender gap in an industry where women only make up 11 percent of the workforce

By MAYA MARGIT/THE MEDIA LINE
10/08/2018
INCREASED INTEGRATION of Haredim into the workforce has resulted in a record-low poverty rate in the
Israeli Court allows gender-separate course in Civil Service

The ruling relates to the “Influencers” pilot program set up by the Civil Service designed to help integrate haredi graduates into the Civil Service for employment in the public sector.

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