“Over the years I have always had the feeling something was off, a feeling I did not how to articulate into words. I saw the hardships of Israeli reality, in which people work but remain poor and unacceptable inequality is rampant. I was searching for answers on how to change this situation and when the SEA was established I enrolled in its first course.
“The SEA was the missing piece in my puzzle – it connected between my feelings and the data, showing me that the social reality in Israel is not the result of a force of nature, but of policy – policy which can be changed.
“The combination of the knowledge I gained, the people I met and the skills I developed at the SEA led to to where I am today.”