refugees in israel

A mental health crisis increasing in Ukrainian people amidst war - opinion

Research has documented alarming rates of trauma and stress-related mental health problems among war-affected and forcibly displaced Ukrainians.

By AMIT BERNSTEIN
09/11/2022

Where have Russians been fleeing to since mobilization began? - explainer

As numbers of those fleeing Russia increase, the numbers seem nearly impossible to track. Thanks to new flight data, the world can better understand where Russians are seeking refuge.

By REUTERS
06/10/2022

Israel decided to limit refugee employment. Why should we care? - opinion

As of October this year, in 17 major cities, including Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Eilat, and others, African refugees would be barred from working outside of five approved industries.

By OR MOR-YOSEF
05/07/2022

Now is the time to create economic opportunities for refugees - opinion

Israel can become a world leader in creating economic opportunities for refugees.

By OR MOR-YOSEF
21/06/2022

Jewish women’s movement offers day of indulgence for Ukrainian refugees in Israel

Thirty women, including Ukrainian refugees, new Russian olim and Israelis came together to hear each other's respective stories and reinforce their Jewish identity.

26/05/2022

What are Israel's Ukrainian refugees most in need of today? - interview

Emunah Spira, a graduate of TAU’s International MA program in Migration Studies, works closely with Ukrainian refugee in the midst of the crisis.

Jewish Agency: From Ukrainian refugees to Independence Day - opinion

For the past eight weeks, the Jewish Agency for Israel has led this process and helped make these kinds of reunions possible.

By MICHAEL D. SIEGAL
03/05/2022

Lessons from a Seder night with Ukrainian refugees - opinion

I spent Passover Seder with 70 Ukrainian refugees in the middle of Nazareth. It sounds like the punch line to a joke, but in reality it was emotional and heartwarming.

Israel brings Ukrainian Holocaust survivors to Israel for Passover

ZAKA flight brought 20 Ukrainian refugees – among them shelling victims, Holocaust survivors and disabled people – to celebrate Passover in Israel.

Despite danger and disruption, Ukrainian Jews prepare to celebrate Passover in public seders

Thousands of Ukrainian Jews are preparing to celebrate the Jewish holiday in dozens of group seders – both in Ukraine and outside it.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
15/04/2022
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