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22 September 2019 - 22 Elul 5779 - כ"ב אלול ה' אלפים תשע"ט
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World March links with Israel's Kibbutz Holit E-mail

The organisers of the World March for Peace and Non Violence in Israel have met with leaders of the Shomer Hatzair Movement and have agreed to carry out 3 days of activities for this epic World March related to peace and non-violence in Holit Kibbutz on the 7 - 9 October 2009.

The World March will pass from New Zealand, to Australia, Philippines, and on into Asia before reaching Europe and continuing on to North and South America. It is organised by World without Wars, Spain.

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Israel reluctant to accept Nepali workers E-mail

Casting a cloud over hopes of Nepali workers taking up jobs in Israel, migrant workers from that secluded enclave footing the Himalayas have learned that until malpractices by unscrupulous manpower agents in Nepal come to a halt, Nepali workers will no longer be processed by Israel.

Negotiations have been underway for four months in a diplomatic exercise by Nepali officials, but despite those exchanges, the chances of Israel restarting the process to recruit Nepali workers have not improved.

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Jewish Times Asia appoints a chairman and finds investors E-mail

Jewish Times Asia, established in 2006, the region's only Jewish community monthly newspaper, has appointed Robert L. Meyer as chairman.

The newspaper has been transferred by its Founder, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Philip Jay, to a newly formed Hong Kong company called Jewish Times Asia Limited, in exchange for a 50% stake. Mr. Jay continues in his existing role as Founder and Editor-in-Chief with additional staff expected to be hired.

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“Creative Thinking Workshop” by Israeli business coach E-mail

Ms. Tagit Halperin Levy, Israeli business coach and organisational consultant organised a creative thinking workshop recently in Thailand.

The event in August was especially organised for Population & Community Development Association (PDA).

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Green Village adventures for Taiwan youth E-mail

Five youths from Taiwan are in Israel to spend time at Hakefar-Hayarok (Green Village). Chang Hsin-yu, Cheng Yu-shun, Lin Yun, Chen Wanshiuan, and Hsieh Feng-ho, were invited by the Israeli Youth Council in a cultural exchange that doubles as a youth exchange and a scientific exchange programme.

The basic concepts of the experimental youth village are being developed according to the educational approach of the village: humane and democratic education, tolerance, acceptance of the environment, and connection to the land.

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