The Conference program aims to:
- Enabling participants to meet new people and network with colleagues from different parts of the world
- Delving into the significance of having “Jewish” conversations
- Providing a safe space to confront “elephants in the room,” which prevent global social change conversations from taking place in the Jewish community, and exploring if and how we can move beyond such conversation-blockers
- Affording opportunities for shared learning with colleagues from other organizations within common areas of interest
- Exposing participants to existing examples of international collaboration between Jewish social justice and environmental organizations
Read all about it!
- The Reawakening of the Jewish Social Justice Movement by Alexander Goldberg
- Siach: Embracing the Complexities of an International Conversation by Judith Belasco
- A Sustainable Jewish Nation by Einat Kramer
- Starting the Global Conversation by Jessica Elgot, Jewish Chronicle
At the first Siach conference we held a plenary session entitled: “When Silence Speaks Louder than Words: Where is Israel in the Conversation?” Hear from our participants first hand!