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Hebrew University
The Hebrew University Law School's Radical-Leftist Statewide Seminar for Student-Activists

http://law.huji.ac.il/upload/statewide_seminar-May2008-program-English.doc

 

 

 

 

 

Statewide Seminar for Student Activists

May 30-31

"Drachim" Guest House, Dimona

 

Program

 

Friday

 

09:00-10:00

Gathering and refreshments

10:00-10:30

Plenary opening, presentation of the seminar's goals and framework (representative of the Partnership for Social Change and Mahapach-Taghir)

10:30-10:45

On the way to the first workshops

workshops

Israeli

society

Education

Environment

Experiential / tools for social

change

Gender

Thought

about

social

change

the South

Social-economic issues

Miscellaneous  topics

Films or Workshops integrating film

Study tours

10:45-12:15

Witness testimonies of soldiers who have served in Hebron – Ilan Fathi, Breaking the  Silence

 

Working with youth

- Fadi Shbeita, Reut-Sadaka

Sustainable economy: the ecological footstep and the culture of consumption

- Tomer Lavi, Mahapach-Taghir, Uriel Ne'eman, Green Course

It makes me mad, and I'll say that on the internet

- Hanan Cohen, SHATIL

Rehabilitation of women working in prostitution - the dilemmas of everyday therapeutic and legal work

- Adv. Dana Myrtenbaum and Olga Medvedovsky

Power building from the community

- Carlos Sztyglic, SHATIL

Security and the threat of nuclear weapons from a feminist viewpoint

- Amani Dayif, Isha L'Isha – Haifa Feminist Center

The Arrangements (Hesderim) Law – Valeria Nahmoud, Forum of Organizations to Abolish the Arrangements Law

Torture in Israel

- Yoav Leff, The Public Committee Against Torture in Israel

Afterschool Film Class –

Rima El'jarar and Majed Abu-Balal, Step Forward Association for the Advancement of Education in Rahat.

 

 

 

12:15-14:30

Break – Lunch, Friday noon prayer, and pool time.

 

14:30-16:00

Partnership with the Haredi community

- Esti Kirmayer

The struggle over higher education in Israel

- Panel: Prof. Gadi Algazi, Tel-Aviv University, Sharaf Hassan, Association for Civil Rights in Israel, Yonatan Green, Student Association at Ben-Gurion University

 

Media

- Hanan Hadad, Mossawa Center

 

 

 

The global economic crisis and its implications

- Dr. Efraim Davidi, Social Economic Academy

 

Responsibility, sitting on the fence and other "easy" solutions

- Dr. Ishai Menuhin, The Public Committee Against Torture in Israel

White gold, black labor

- Conversation with Jacki Edri

Tour 1 – to the unrecognized villages in the Negev - The Forum for Coexistence in the Negev - Dukium

 

16:00-16:30

Break

                           


 

16:30-18:00

War crimes and us

- Zohar Milchblog, Yesh Gvul

Learning disabilities

- Ariel Shustak. Mahapach- Taghir

Sustainable development as an impetus for environmental, social and economic development of the Arab society

- Laythi Ghanayim, El- Marsad (workshop in Arabic)

From vision to position paper, or: how to convince the unconvinced?

- Elinor Meir, Israeli Center for the Advancement of Social Justice

 

Fertility and the monthly period from a feminist perspective

- Galit Partel, Mahapach- Taghir

Racism and view of the other

Rose Amar, Commitment for Peace and Social Justice

The dropping out of Bedouin women from the formal education system - Rima El'jarar, Step Forward Association for the Advancement of Education in Rahat.

 

 

State budget and the Arrangements (Hesderim) Law - Amin Fares,

Mossawa Center

Learning from social struggles- Fadi Shbeita, Reut-Sadaka

 

The Iron Children – Lubna Masarwa, Alternative Information Center (in Arabic)

 

18:00-19:30

Dinner and break

19:30-21:00

Language in minority – the status of the Arabic language in Israel – Haneen Naamnih, Adalah

 

Critical pedagogy

- Natalie Gidness, Mahapach- Taghir

Culture and environment

- Nir Giron, Movement for Global Awakening

Social theatre

- Hila Sharir, Program of Education and Social Theatre

Homo-lesbian rights = minority rights = human rights – Rauda and May, Aswat

Personal happiness in a capitalist world – Eyal Friedman

 Identity – Munira Abu Ramshe' AJEEC (in Arabic)

Unemployment and a critical perspective on the economic policy – Doron Hammerman Schuldiner

Organizations for social change – welfare vs. social change – Yossi Schwartz, Alternative Information Center

The Yes Man

- Eyal Niv, Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions

 

21:00-23:00

Free social evening at the amphitheatre. Several concurrent short activities will be held.

 

Relaxation and inquiry – Butto style (Japanese dance) – Talia Avraham

 

Rhythm workshop

- Guy Aloni

Enchanted passageways – how to capture your power through the art of ancient Native American movement – Galit Partel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Saturday

 

8:30-10:00

Breakfast

workshops

Israeli

society

Education

Environment

Experiential / tools for social

change

Gender

Thought

about

social

change

the South

Social-economic issues

Miscellaneous  topics

Films or Workshops integrating film

Study tours

10:00-11:30

Civil service in the Arab sector-Khaled Anibtawi,Baldna (in Arabic)

 

Inequality in education in the Negev – Central panel: Dr.Daphna Golan, Partnership for Social Change, Dr. Awad Abu Freh, SHATIL, Mr. Meir Cohen, Mayor of Dimona

 

 

 

 

Politics – a legitimate tool for social change? - Dana Ganel

 

The planned "Bahadim" city and Ramat Hovav – real development or environmental cover-up, Didi Silbermem, Shiri Bass-Spector, Green Course

 

 

Sixty years of disinheritance- Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions

 

 

The power of the community- Green Course

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Tour 2 – to Bir al-Saba - Eitan Bronstein, Zochrot

 

11:30-12:00

Break

 

12:00-13:30

Preparations towards the approaching municipal elections in 2008- Carni Fox, Green Course

Group games – how and why?- Sivan Tal, Mahapach- Taghir

 

Tools for environmental activism – Liron Israeli, Education with a View Towards the Community Tel-Hai College

Community interpreting- Prof. Miriam Shlesinger, Bar Ilan University

 

Feminism for men?- Nimrod Evron, Eli Fabrikant,  Mahapach- Taghir

 

Cultural Zionism- Eyal Niv, Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions

 

 

The humanitarian situation in Gaza – Yehudit Harel, Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

 

Profits of the occupation- Adi Moreno, Women's Coalition for Peace

 

Partnership and solidarity- Tami Schneider, Kholod Adreis, Mahapach- Taghir

Community work and education through music- Michael Klinghofer, Ana Shapira, Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance  

 

 

13:30-14:30

 Lunch Break

                                 


 

14:30-16:00

 

Education for dialogical thought- Guy Aloni, Mahapach- Taghir

 

Local economy – building economic capital through strengthening environmental and community capital- Heschel Center

 

Social change in the strategy of the independent media- Ehud Shem Tov and Yariv Mohar, the Social TV

 

To be myself and to stay alive – women's circle- Hila Sharir

 

Yeshayahu Leibowitz and Hannah Arendt – law vs. ethics- Nahar Shabtay, Mahapach- Taghir

 

Feminist action in the Bedouin society in the Negev- Safaa Shehadeh, Ma'an (in Arabic)

Rights of Palestinian workers in the settlements- Salwa Elinat, Kav La'oved (in Arabic)

 

 

Justice vs. charity, contribution vs. social change – Aviv Sela

Peter Watkins - Shlomi Avniel, Mahapach- Taghir

Class, identity, and municipal borders- Liron Azulay, Mahapach- Taghir

16:00-16:30

Break

16:30-18:00

Workshops for thinking about continuing action: We invite you to propose additional summary workshops during the seminar according to issues in which you are interested. In these workshops you can think with other participants about the projects in which you are active, find partners for action, create social networks and more.

Please check for the final list of continuing action workshops on the message board on Saturday afternoon.

 

 

Workshop for thought and continuing action in the environmental field, facilitated by Heschel Center and Green Course

 

Workshops for thought and continuing action for students active in Mahapach- Taghir

 

Continuation workshops for spokesmanship of the seminar: formulation of call for student actions that will be initiated during the seminar and publication of the message in the media, facilitated by Gil Rubinstein

 

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18:00-18:30

Break

 

18:30-19:30

Plenary summary

 

19:30

Home in peace

 

                                   

 

 

 

 
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