Sadaka Reut works for social and political change in Israel through the promotion of a bi-national, multicultural and egalitarian society based on social justice and solidarity. The organization focuses on critical education and leadership building among youth, challenging the existing narratives and discourses concerning the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and encouraging youth to take responsibility upon their society. By encouraging joint youth activism initiatives, we wish to create an alternative community capable of building a better future for both people in the region.
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Our flagship project for over twenty years, ‘Building a Culture of Peace’ brings together Palestinian and Jewish teenagers in a 2-year educational process which seeks to deal with the consequences of the Arab-Israeli conflict on Israeli society.
The ‘Markaz’ center for youth in Jaffa was established in 2006 as a natural development of the organization’s involvement in the mixed city of Jaffa. The alternative the ‘Markaz’ seeks to construct is one based on the creation of a bi-national framework encouraging political education and youth activism.
The Community in Action program seeks to create and develop a bi-national community of young activist leaders, skilled and devoted to creating social and political change in Israel-Palestine, promoting equality, social and historical justice and the respect for human and civil rights of all people.
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