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NCJW Israel Mission 2013

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The National Council of Jewish Women's Mission to Israel October 10-16, 2013. For more information about NCJW's work to promote women's empowerment in Israel, please visit www.ncjw.org/israel.

The National Council of Jewish Women's Mission to Israel October 10-16, 2013. For more information about NCJW's work to promote women's empowerment in Israel, please visit www.ncjw.org/israel.

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  • 1. Sights and Reflections from The Road to Tomorrow: Women Leading Change NCJW Mission to Israel 2013 Photo: Susan Levine
  • 2. Mission Co-Chairs Susan Levine (L) and Sharon Lipton (R) with Scholar-in-Residence Dahlia Lithwick (C)
  • 3. Enlightening Discussions in Jerusalem
  • 4. Praying at the Western Wall Photo: Daena Silverman
  • 5. Stunning Landscapes Photo: Daena Silverman
  • 6. Enlightening Discussions
  • 7. Michal Eden talked to us about the NCJW Israel Granting Program Grantee, Chosen, which goes into Israeli high schools and universities to teach about gay rights through personal stories. Photo: Sophia Rosetti
  • 8. Enlightening Discussions
  • 9. Stunning Landscapes Photo: Daena Silverman
  • 10. “Whether Israeli Jew or Israeli Arab, gifted student or small businesswoman, this NCJW mission helped me to connect with and better understand the complexity of an Israeli life.” Photo: Sofia Rosetti
  • 11. Camaraderie Photo: Daena Silverman
  • 12. “I benefited from learning about our advocacy efforts in Israel and being part of the process. Visiting our projects and learning from Israeli leaders gave me a unique insight into Israeli life and political process.” Photo: Sophia Rosetti
  • 13. The group had an insightful conversation with Israel Religious Action Center Executive Director and Women of the Wall founder Anat Hoffman Photo: Daena Silverman
  • 14. Women’s Empowerment Photo: Daena Silberman Anat Hoffman,
  • 15. Visiting NCJW Israel Granting Program Grantee Turning the Tables — a rehabilitative program for trafficked women in Israel that trains them in all aspects of fashion design.
  • 16. Exploring Tel Aviv
  • 17. “Seeing Israel through the eyes of NCJW gives a perspective unlike most other Israel trips or tours.”
  • 18. “It is only because we are like-souled women that we have the ability to do what we do.”
  • 19. Evening Light Show at Migdal David, the Tower of David Photo: Daena Silverman
  • 20. I benefited from learning about our advocacy efforts in Israel and being part of the process. Visiting our projects and learning from Israeli leaders gave me a unique insight into Israeli life and political process.
  • 21. A visit to Yvel Jewelry, a project of Yedid, where we learned about their employment-training project with the EthiopianIsraeli community.
  • 22. Visiting the Israel Museum, where we explored the life and architectural legacy of King Herod the Great. The exhibit is the largest archaeological exhibit in Israel's history. Photo: Daena Silverman
  • 23. We met with Palestinian women activists through the One Voice organization. Photo: Daena Silverman
  • 24. “During our days together, we, once again, felt the magnetic pull of the indescribable magic that is Israel.” Photo: Daena Silverman
  • 25. “I always leave the mission with new friends. I love traveling with my NCJW sisters.” Photo: Sophia Rosetti

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