NA’AMAT launched a series of short videos featuring well known actors and celebrities to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women that took place on November 25.Details
The Annual NA’AMAT Scholarship Ceremony took place last Monday with the participation of Galia Wolloch, President NA’AMAT Israel, Masha Lubelsky, President NA’AMAT Scholarship Fund, Prof. Hanna Naveh from Tel Aviv University, Head of the committee for research grants in gender studies, and Prof. Shosh Arad, President Ruppin Academic Center, Head of the committee for research grants in Science.Details
This June 2011 NA’AMAT awarded 180 female students studying for their Bachelor and Master degree at the Annual NA’AMAT Scholarship Ceremony. In attendance were Talia Livni, President NA’AMAT Israel, Masha Lubelsky, President NA’AMAT Scholarship Fund, Ms. Liz Raider, President NA’AMAT U.S., Ms. Harriet Green, Chairperson Capital Funds – NA’AMAT U.S., & Ms. Orit Nusbaum, Vice…Details
On July 12, 2012, at the Twentieth NA’AMAT Convention in Israel, Galia Wolloch was proudly installed as the new President of NA’AMAT Israel and President of the World Movement for NA’AMAT (NA’AMAT International). Kicking off a five-year term, the evening was festive beginning for all who attended and was blessed with the presence and participation of the President of Israel, Mr. Shimon Peres. Please read below her warm acceptance speech!
To be the President of Na’amat, the largest women movement in Israel, is an important and challenging role, and I intend to serve with confidence and faithfulness.Details
On August 4th in the evening NA’AMAT held a very special event at Safra Square in Jerusalem with the participation of close to 3,000 NA’AMAT workers and volunteers from all over the country! The event was intended to say “THANK YOU” to all our devoted care givers in the Day Care Centers and all the staff and volunteers.Details