Arab Women's Leadership and Shared Society in Israel
Arab Women's Leadership and Shared Society in IsraelJan 15 - 19, 2018 9:00am - 6:00pm
Amal Elsana Alh'jooj, founder of AJEEC-NISPED — the largest Arab-Jewish NGO in the Negev — and faculty member at McGill University, spoke at American Jewish communities and Hillel groups on campuses as part of a a week-long tour to discuss women's leadership, social change in Israel's Bedouin society, and working towards stronger Jewish-Arab relations in Israel.
A life-long activist and expert on social change, Amal combines her personal story with experience leading civil society organizations and working on majority-minority relations in Israel to provide an insightful and eye-opening perspective.
Tour details: Amal spoke in Philadelphia (The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel, University of Pensylvania Hillel), Delaware, and New Haven Connecticut (Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven, and Yale University Hillel)