Working Together: The Israel Religious Action Centre (IRAC) and the New Israeli Government
Rabbi Sattath and Rabbi Dolgin explored several aspects of the new government and the Knesset, how they shape IRAC's strategies, communication, and actions.
They focussed on:
· The old and new faces in the Knesset, as well as their histories and commitments;
· The threats and opportunities that it poses for Israel's democracy;
· The new government and how it will impact democracy and liberal Jewish movements in Israel, Israel-Diaspora relations, issues of shared society, and the values of our Reform Jewish movement.
Rabbi Noa Sattath is the Director of IRAC, the social justice arm of the Reform movement in Israel. Prior to her work with IRAC, Noa was the Executive Director of the Jerusalem Open House, the LGBT community centre in Jerusalem. Noa was also the Executive Director of MEET, a non-profit organization that uses technology to create a common language between Israeli and Palestinian young leaders. Noa is a graduate of the Hebrew University and Gratz College. She was ordained by the Hebrew Union College in 2014. She is a member of Congregation Kol Haneshama in Jerusalem.