עדכונים וחדשות באנגלית
A survey by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) published last week, found that for the first time in 30 years there has been an increase in the number of unionized workers in the Israeli workforce.
Rami Hod’s op-ed published in Haaretz online English edition
Rami Hod, Executive Director of the Social Economic Academy (SEA), talked about Building Constituencies for the Israeli progressive movement, as part of the podcast series hosted by the Partners for Progressive Israel (PPI).
the AFT is hosting a delegation of four teachers from Israel who are taking part in SEA’s leadership program for labor leaders
(Hebrew) With support of the Social Economic Academy, economic students are working to change the curriculum of economics studies in the hopes of creating a new generation of socially minded economists. Originally Published on Ynet, 2.9.2014
“We must create new courses which will promote critical economic thought for the benefits of students and Israeli society.” Yuval Ofer-Shany, holds an MA in economics and one of the founders of the Economics Students Forum at Haifa University, aided by SEA
Originally published on Ynet, 04.11.13
Rami Hod’s article about the revival of organized labor in Israel and the challenges in faces
SEA’s community organizing program promotes initiatives and activism at community and municipal level, based on the values of social justice.
What happens when four social activists are also high-techists? Graduates of Sea’s Co-operatives program founded the first programing cooperative in Israel