Arab Community Observes Anniversary of October 2000...
2016 Report on Racism finds Escalation in...
New Increases to Arab Culture Budget Fall Short
Five-year plan for Development in Arab Community...
Ministry of Health Cuts Funding for Prenatal Genetic...
Israeli School Year Begins With 3000 Classrooms...
Call for Papers: 2016 Conference on the Legal Status...
Arab Community Leaders Reject State Education Budget
Knesset Protest: State Budget Fails to Address Poverty
Arab Women Speak Out in the Knesset for Economic Rights
Knesset Passes NGO Bill Targeting Human Rights...
Saturday will mark the sixteenth anniversary of the popular demonstrations in October 2000 during which 13 Arab civilians were killed by police.
Mossawa's 2016 Racism Report indicates an alarming increase in the frequency of incidents of racism.
The Ministry of Culture has announced plans to increase their financial support for Arab cultural activities.
A new analysis shows that Resolution 922, the five-year plan for the development of the Arab community in Israel, will not address welfare and health issues.
The Mossawa Center has filed a case against the Ministry of Health in response to the Ministry's decision to reduce funding for prenatal genetic testing in the Arab community.
As K-12 students across Israel return to school, the Arab community is still short 3000 classrooms.
The Mossawa Center is seeking papers and contributions for this fall’s 2016 Conference on the Legal Status of the Arab Community in Israel.
Politicians and local leaders of the Arab community declared their opposition on Thursday to the 2017-18 state education budget, on the grounds that it ignores the needs of the Arab education system.
Demonstrators in front of the Knesset Thursday morning called for the government to fulfill its responsibilities in the fight against poverty.
On Monday, August 1st, dozens of Arab women spoke in support of equitable employment and their economic rights in the Knesset’s Committee on the Status of Women and Gender Equality.
The Knesset passed a new measure Monday that targets human rights groups and critics of the current government, threatening freedoms of association and expression.
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