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Ethiopian Jews in Israel: An employment and Educational Success Story

Ethiopian Jews in Israel: An employment and Educational Success Story

Publication date: 07/08/2015

The Ethiopian Israeli community's protest has far reaching echos and the average Ethiopian's family income is still 35% lower than that of the national average. As such, how can the great gap testify to a successful integration? not sure i totally understood we can discuss on Sunday morning...
KHA Helping Ethiopian Israelis get advanced degrees - Washington Jewish Week

KHA Helping Ethiopian Israelis get advanced degrees - Washington Jewish Week

Publication date: 14/11/2013

Keren Hanan Aynor is a small organization, with less than a handful of paid employees working out of a one-room office in Jerusalem. But its large all-volunteer board is active not in just deciding who gets scholarships but also in mentoring the lucky recipients in so many areas.

"Where are they now?/A Jew jailed in Sudan is now a voice for Sudanese prisoners in Israel"/Haaretz

Publication date: 06/01/2013

Reda Melese was tortured in a Sudanese prison for trying to help bring Ethiopian Jews to Israel. Now the tables have turned: He mediates for African migrants detained for illegally entering Israel.
Prime Minister Signed the Convention against Discrimination of Ethiopians / nrg Ma'ariv

Prime Minister Signed the Convention against Discrimination of Ethiopians / nrg Ma'ariv

Publication date: 27/08/2012

A convention, which calls for integrating the Ethiopian community into Israeli society, was signed to fight racism. "Discriminatory behavior opens a dangerous pit in our existence"

"For the First Time Ethiopian Council of Higher Education" / Yedioth Ahronoth

Publication date: 13/02/2012

Pnina Gdai, alumni of Keren Hanan Aynor in the past and director of "Hillel" Tel Aviv - an international organization of Jewish students, was appointed by the Minister of Education Gideon Sa'ar as a public representative in the Council for Higher Education. Pnina thus became the first public representative of Ethiopian descent in the Council for Higher Education.

Publication date: 08/09/2011

Haaretz Newspaper Short Story Competition Winner

Haaretz Newspaper Short Story Competition Winner

Publication date: 29/03/2010

A short story by the journalist Germau Mengistu (a graduate of Hanan Ainor Fund in the past), has won the first prize at a Ha'aretz newspaper's short story competition. To read the complete story in Hebrew click on the link "Read Article".
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