We use the methods of informal education to build a sustainable society in Israel.
Our projects focus on three major fault lines: Jewish-Arab cooperation, Jewish pluralism, and Israel-Diaspora relations.
We see the Galilee as the laboratory where we are working on implementing the vision of a Jewish state that lives according to Jewish values.
We are engaged in a number of ongoing projects:
The Galilee Circus - a Jewish-Arab youth circus, operating since 2003, performing all over the country.
Young Leaders program - working with hundreds of teenagers in local Arab and Jewish towns and villages, who will form the next cadre of young leaders of the Galilee.
Neighbors - enabling Jewish and Arab high school students to address relations between their two communities, initially by agreeing and implementing a public project or activity in their communities, schools, media or elsewhere, helping students take a concrete first step towards shared society.
Pluralistic Bet Midrash - lectures, classes, workshops, festivals for the Jewish population of the Galilee.
Educational tourism programs at sites throughout the Galilee - short and long term - study tours, simulations, seminars, etc.