The Center for a Shared Society at Givat Haviva



The Center for a Shared Society at Givat Haviva aims to build an inclusive, socially cohesive society in Israel by engaging divided communities in collective action towards the advancement of a sustainable, thriving Israeli democracy based on mutual responsibility, civic equality and a shared vision of the future.

 


Givat Haviva is a non-profit organization founded in 1949 by the Kibbutz Federation.

News and Events

  THE COMINGS AND GOINGS of JULY 2017 07/26/2017 16:43 The International Department staff more than lived up to their name and expectations this month as scores of groups of teens
Why Jews and Arabs must not give up on each other 08/09/2017 10:56 Op-ed: If we blindly follow the voices of fear and hate coming from both nationalities that share this land, our lives will become hell on earth...
  Jewish and Arab Youth Find Common Ground at Canadian Summer Camp 08/03/2017 11:03 Twenty Israeli teenagers – half Jewish and half Arab – recently came to Canada to learn more about one another...
GIVAT HAVIVA'S RESPONSE TO THE ATTACK AT THE TEMPLE MOUNT 07/17/2017 13:47 Givat Haviva, the Center for Shared Society in Israel, sharply condemns the attack in Jerusalem last Friday, in which Israeli policemen were killed by Israeli civilians.
This is not our way!
A letter from our Executive Director 07/17/2017 13:52 Dear Partners,
In this month's newsletter, I would like to highlight the Roadmap for a Shared Society, our flagship program for public engagement and changing policy for establishing a shared society in Israel.
Heart to Heart Delegation to Canada 07/17/2017 14:38 Six preparatory meetings for children and their parents were held in anticipation of the camp in Canada in early July...
Givat Haviva International School – The Academy for Leadership in a Shared Society 07/17/2017 14:00
JUDITH SISCHY & LYNN LEON-ROSS 06/15/2017 14:02 Childhood friends from Newcastle, England, Judith Sischy and Lynn Leon Ross were among the many visitors to the recently opened HAMSIN-50 exhibition at the Givat Haviva Collaborative Art Center & Peace Gallery.
A Surreal Visit to an Arab Israeli Town Straddling a Contested Border for the Last 50 Years 06/05/2017 11:50 BARTA’A – It was the second day of the Six-Day War, but since there was no fighting going on nearby, 14-year-old Riad Kabha ventured out of his home to cross the border from Israel into what was then Jordan, literally the other side of town.
read more: http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/six-day-war-50-years/.premium-1.793689
GERMAN PRESIDENT VISITS GIVAT HAVIVA 05/25/2017 13:41 Where politicians failed you are succeeding in showing that Jews and Arabs can live together in Israel