Arab-Jewish Institute of the Histadrut
The Jewish-Arab Institute was founded in 1984 by the General Trade Union of the Histadrut (workers union)
After almost two decades of hard work, the Institute has made significant advancements in establishing peaceful relations and strong communication among Jews and Arabs in the State of Israel.
This movement is an ongoing effort which will continue to grow and strengthen in the future in addition to promoting coexistence and integration of Arab citizens throughout all in the State of Israel.
Vision of the Jewish-Arab Institute
With cooperation and participation of Palestinians, Jordanians and the greater Arab world, .the Arab-Jewish Institute's mission is to provide peaceful day-to-day interactions and thriving, peaceful communities where Arab and Jewish people.
We in the Arab-Jewish Institute are committed to creating peace bettering in all walks of life. We are currently creating ongoing projects and dialogues between the youth of the many Arab-Jewish regions throughout Israel. These conversations and meetings are built on a foundation of mutual understanding and respect.
One of the main features of our regional projects are promoting multi-national and multi-ethnic pride via the Jewish-Arab Institute, where we are working hard to bring all communities together by identifying closely the various communities and cultures. We organize political meetings, social opportunities, cultural events which include music, folklore and theater, and professional networking opportunities which include Jews, Jordanians and Palestinians and other Arab nations.
The Jewish-Arab Institute's efforts know no borders, and we are dedicated to instituing innovative opportunities for the residents of the State of Israel allowing Arabs and Jews to live a life of coexistence and peace, together.
The Histadrut is blessed to have the support and encouragement of Chairman, Mr. Ofer Eini, whom brings true love and dedication to the organization.
President of the Arab-Jewish Institute of the Histadrut
A member of the Histadrut