Examples are rife today of people who silence the voice of their conscience and justify a misdeed by arguing that ´it´s all legal.´ Such acts, not necessarily physical in nature, may not be illicit but they are patently immoral.
Israel’s tent protest movement, which less than three weeks ago could rally hundreds of thousands of protestors and force the government to address their demands, seems to be waning as the summer draws to a close.
YEDID” means “friend” in Hebrew, explained Sari Revkin, the founder and executive director of Israel’s primary non-profit providing social and legal assistance to low-income citizens, empowering them to break the cycle of poverty
Tents and guitars at a campsite can be a lot of fun, but if you want those nights to be leveraged into a successful protest, you´ve got to know what you´re talking about.
An abridged guide to those lost in the real estate market (in other words, all of us)
As deputy director of YEDID, a non¬profit organization lobbying for social and economic empowerment, Ran Melamed is no stranger to speaking out for social empowerment. He has worked for more than 25 years in marketing communications, public relations and event management. He is also a musician and photographer
The Minister of Industry, Trade and Labor endorses the model developed by YEDID´s Ashkelon Citizens Organizing for Change group. According to the plan, students will work during their summer vacation in return for a stipend for a trip to Poland with their classmates
Right before the minimum wage goes up some 40 shekels per month, Globes takes a peek at four Israeli families´ monthly expenses. These families must try to buy food and pay their mortgage with minimum wage or welfare benefits.
As mortgage interest rates rise, more and more Israelis can´t meet their payments, even those from the middle class. In the past year, YEDID has seen a 40% rise in the number of clients appealing for help.
Custodial nursing care placement firms blame the National Insurance Institute for the limited pay the caregivers receive under the circumstances, but the NII says the problem is the agencies´ responsibility.