The results of the 2010 Israeli Democracy Index were released this morning at the residence of Israeli President, Shimon Peres, and debated over a round table discussion chaired by Dr. Arye Karmon, President, Israeli Democracy Institute and including the President, Supreme Court … [Read more...] about The 2010 Israel Democracy Index Findings
Archives for November 2010
by Smadar Bar-Akiva “All rights to Jews as citizens, no rights to Judaism as a nation” was the basic modus vivendi of French Jewry from the time of the French revolution. “Laicite” was the main principal and it meant a secular society, a total separation of Church and Sate. “Co … [Read more...] about Are French Jews Challenging their Contract with Napoleon?
Nonprofit organizations have seen a slight turnaround in giving so far this year that mirrors the slow economic recovery, a new survey from the Nonprofit Research Collaborative (NRC) finds. But the small rebound hasn't been enough to help many nonprofits that are grappling … [Read more...] about Nonprofits and the Economy; a Mixed Bag
Young Jewish Innovators Unveil First International Collaboration Promoting Environmental Activism Throughout the Jewish World What happens when you mix young innovative Jews with ecology? Jewcology.com! This transformational web portal, launching today, promotes and advances … [Read more...] about Launching Jewcology.com
by John Baguley Speaking in Moscow a couple of weeks ago at the NGO School Fundraising Masterclass I was fascinating to see how fundraising has evolved from the last time I was there some 20 years ago. Then there were no non-governmental organisations fundraising (and Yeltsin … [Read more...] about Fundraising in Russia Today