Na’arei Din: Youth For Justice
Na’arei Din is a program that introduces disadvantaged students in grades 9-12 to the concepts of democracy, economics, civil rights, the Israeli legal system, and the importance of social justice. Lawyers and law students, both Ethiopian and non-Ethiopian, run workshops for the teenagers of diverse backgrounds and serve as role models.
Kam’am: Combating Racism
This program works to build confidence among members of the Ethiopian community and create leaders from within. Located in cities including Yavne and Kiryat Malachi, Kam’am trains 18 Ethiopian-Israelis, aged 25-35, on issues involving the legal system, city management, communications and media. These young people will be able to help educate others on their rights, address problems in their communities, and work with municipal and government officials to solve problems.
Rakia: Beyond The Horizon
Rakia is a program designed to advance outstanding Ethiopian-Israelis at the start of their careers in leadership roles in the public, academic and business sectors. Rakia was established in 2012 and has 14 participants annually.
Coalition Again Racism
Tebeka is a leading member of Israel’s Coalition Against Racism, along with partners from the Russian, Arab, Progressive Jewish, women’s, and other communities. The coalition aims to work with the police and other government bodies, as well as with Israeli citizens, to fight any acts of racism and discrimination against minority groups.