August 1 – 8, 2011
Travel to Israel for an 8-day study tour exploring the most significant social, political, and cultural questions in Israel today.
Join a group of open-minded and vibrant professionals, social activists, and community leaders in their 20s and 30s for informal discussions, thought-provoking debates, and stimulating company.
Join us for an unforgettable journey…
Stretch your mind
Speak with people of diverse views and backgrounds: recent immigrants and veteran Israelis, secular yeshiva students and Orthodox feminists, Arab civil rights leaders, Sudanese refugees, and Israeli soldiers with heavy consciences.
Meet the players
Meet with grassroots activists, civil rights lawyers, academics, journalists, writers, and artists who are shaping the social change movement in Israel today.
Explore the country
Tour Tel Aviv’s historic districts, discover Jerusalem’s tucked away neighborhoods, visit the Umm el-Fahim Art Gallery, and enjoy the taste of Bedouin and Ethiopian cuisine.
Dates: August 1 – 8, 2011
Registration: Complete the online registration form and submit your $500 security deposit by May 1, 2011. Full payment is due by July 1, 2011.
Cost: $2300, including all accomodations, food and travel, excluding airfare and one meal a day.
For more info or to speak with past particpants, please contact Ben Murane, Director of New Generations, New York, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 613-4407.
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