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Sadaka-Reut is a bi-national Palestinian and Jewish organisation that educates and empowers Jewish and Palestinian youth in Israel to pursue social and political change through bi-national partnership. Over the past 30 years, our grassroots dialogue and leadership development programs have been seeking to address the deep-seated injustices caused by the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and create a new generation of young activists promoting a shared society based on equality, solidarity, and justice.

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Educational Approach

Sadaka-Reut Arab-Jewish Youth Partnership educates and empowers Jewish and Palestinian Israeli youth and university students to pursue social and political change through bi-national partnership.

Our Staff

Sadaka-Reut has only been successful as it has been in recent years, and will only continue to be so in the future, due to the extraordinary efforts of those people behind the movement.

Our Board Members

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Our Graduates

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Sadaka-Reut News

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    Ireland youth delegation – August 2008

    Northern Ireland – 11/08/08 – 31/08/08 Working in conjuncture with the Arts for Peace organization...

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    Belgium exchange – August 2008

    Jaffa, Israel – 1/08/08 – 10/08/08 Welcoming thirty members of the Pax Christi, U Move...

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    England youth delegation – August 2008

    South Gloucestershire, England – 1/08/08 – 10/08/08 Bringing together 200 youths from all over the...

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    Youth activities

    Sadaka Reut is not just involved in educational activities with its youth, but also seeks...

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Youth Activism

The production of social and political campaigns plays a vital role in all of Sadaka-Reut’s educational programs, instilling youth with confidence in their ability to be change-makers. Facilitators encourage youth to act locally to improve their community, yet to understand and connect these problems to the larger political picture, thereby combining the social and political in a strong and meaningful way. The participants in our programs initiate over 30 campaigns and activities every year, which reach thousands of people in the communities, in civil society organizations and through social networks on the internet.