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Opening of a new Politikva Course: Young Social Democratic Leadership in Israel, Jerusalem, April 17, 2015.

The aim of the present Politikva course is to train politically involved students, and provide them with content and in-depth knowledge about Israeli politics. 

22/03/2015, Jerusalem


Radio Interview with Dr. Werner Puschra, Director of FES Israel, about the Results of the Elections to the 20th Knesset, March 18, 2015.




New Analysis: Elections in Israel: Is Change Possible?

Analysis by Eytan Schwartz about the elections to the Knesset. 



Roundtable: The EMU in the Aftermath of the Crisis, Academic College Tel Aviv Yaffo, Tel Aviv, March 15, 2015.

The Roundtable was organized in cooperation with the School for Government and Society at the Academic College Tel Aviv Yafo and the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration - IASEI. 

15/03/2015, 17:30-20:00, Academic College Tel Aviv Yaffo, Tel Aviv


Progressive Economists Program: Workshop and Launching the Internship Program, Beit Berl, March 13, 2015.

The Progressive Economists Program attempts to educate and train economics students in Israel, educating them towards social justice, critical thinking and social democratic values. 

13/03/2015, 08:30-14:30, Beit Berl


The Coalition against Racism in Israel launches a pre-election campaign with the slogan: Elections without racism strengthen democracy

Third Forum of the Social Alliance: Facing Elections: What is your Agenda? Open Discussion with Representatives of various Parties about their economic-social Agenda, Tel Aviv, February 26, 2015.

Meeting of Jewish and Arab Women, Tira, February 22, 2015.

Celebrating 40 years of a great friendship between the DGB - Confederation of German Trade Unions and the Histadrut, Tel Aviv, February 17, 2015.

Elections 2015: Choosing Education for Shared Society, Tel Aviv, February 16, 2015.

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Schlaglicht Israel offers an insight into internal Israeli debates and reflects selected, political events, that affect daily life in Israel. It appears every two weeks and summarizes articles that appeared in the Israeli daily press.

Schlaglicht Number 06/15, Latest News from the Israeli Press, March 1 - 15, 2015.

  • Early Elections
  • Netanyahu's Speech in the US Congress
  • Document about secret Peace Negotiations revealed
  • Selection of Articles: Israel's new policy of hounding Jerusalem Arab suspects: a mockery of the law, Nemtsov's murder, What Palestinians need to do to fulfil their quest for statehood, The truth about Gush Etzion, When asylum-seekers are deported to the tor-ture chamber, An Israeli Suez Canal.


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