Grass roots change
70 faces of Torah study
73 killed in 2019
The hidden revolution in the corridors of Israel's hospitals. For the past few years more and more temporary, low paid workers hired through contractors, Jews and Arabs alike, are taken on as regular (and unionized) employees in Israel's hospitals | Ending contracted employees one work place at a time
White collar unions
Yom Kippur behind bars
Rosh Hashanah in Israel
In the Golan Heights, one man turned his passion for shofars into a vocation. As the High Holy Days of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur approach, and the shofar blast attempts to open the gates of heaven, we set out to learn about shofar production at Shimon Keinan’s factory on Moshav Givat Yoav | What is a shofar made of? What makes a good shofar? And what do shofars have to do with Islam?
Baseless love: unity in the face of political division on the 9th of Av. In Israel's diverse political climate, getting these two polarized movements to commemorate the day dedicated to mourning the destruction of the temple and the beginning of the Jewish peoples' exile is an impressive deed- especially just before an election
School of economics
Want your children to get a good education? Pay up. Israel was once a country benefiting from free education for all, allowing children of immigrants to become prospering and contributing members of society | Today, 22 percent of education funding comes from private sources- compared to the 15 percent OECD average
Abusive working conditions for an athlete damage his career and his health. What happens when a player has a signed contract but the management wants him out? | Chen Dilmoni, player for Hapoel Haifa's soccer team, found out the hard way how an “outcast player” feels | How workers' rights is manifested in sports
How should we, as organized workers, regard the arrival of Amazon to Israel? Put your money where your values are | The recent rise in numbers of unionized workers in Israel started in 2011, when the ideas of justice, solidarity and equality became popular again | It will keep growing only if we make sure that union members keep acting on their principles
Over 5,000 new Histadrut members, all of them Palestinians. This summer, as part of an ongoing struggle to protect the lives of workers in the construction industry, Histadrut announced a campaign to raise awareness to workers' rights and safety in Israel | Nahad Sharliya, who headed the campaign: "A worker is a worker, no matter where he comes from, and he deserves his rights"