For 40 years, Shatil has been privileged to play a central role in building and empowering Israeli civil society. We support organizations and activists working to strengthen democratic society, offering cutting-edge capacity building, training, and guidance. In everything we do – whether convening, consulting, seeding organizations, or advocacy – we aim to advance a society grounded in justice, equality, human rights, and the rule of law. I invite you to join with us in this essential work.
Esther Sivan – Shatil’s Director
Our team of consultants and advisors work with staff of social change organizations to grow their capacity to impact the world through new insights on internal work patterns and sharpening focused action to achieve specific goals
Shatil experts provide tailored consultancy to activists, organizations and coalitions on a wide range of issues.
Shatil Campus offers a broad training curriculum, from one-off sessions about a particular tool or issue to multi-session courses.
Management and leadership, organizational strategy, workplace diversity, resource development
Shatil develops and shares knowledge and resources through our blog, podcasts, videos, written materials and photo library.
Center for Policy Change
Shatil’s Center for Policy Change (CPC) teaches organizations to effect policy change and influence public opinion and discourse.
Work with Knesset members, government and local authorities and more to place issues on the agenda.
Use social media networks and digital platforms for maximum engagement.
Build a communication strategy that reaches the target audience.
Preparing for meetings with decision makers.
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Organizing – Networking – Projects
Recognition: Planning in and Recognition of Bedouin Towns in the Negev
Thirty Bedouin towns in the Negev are not connected to water or electricity and face the ongoing threat of demolition. Shatil works to achieve government recognition through a multifaceted strategy: organizing and building community capacity, strengthening village councils, and providing consultation on advancing policy and campaigns via the media.
Shared Society: Jewish-Arab Partnership specifically in the Negev and Shared Cities
Coordinating forums and running trainings for organizations & activists to advance equality and Jewish-Arab partnership.
Local Power: Increasing the Impact of Bedouin Local Authorities
Working with Negev Bedouin local authorities building peer learning, collaboration, & leadership for specific professional groups.
Agenda 2030: Promoting UN Sustainable Development Goals in Israel
A project with Itach-Ma’aki & the Heschel Center to help NGOs promote the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals on energy poverty, gender inequality.
Distributive Justice: Forum for Equity on the Regional and Municipal Levels
Advancing innovative models that involve citizens in changing municipal boundaries & redirecting public revenues & resources.
Opposing the Occupation // The Forum for Ensuring Freedom of Protest and Fair Policing
Training, mentoring & consulting for organizations who oppose the occupation to strengthen their capacities and influence.
Combating Racism in the Health System Through Simulations and Trainings
Shatil & aChord run a virtual-reality training workshops for medical professionals giving them tools to effectively handle racism.
The Climate Crisis: Prioritizing a Just Transition Across Civil Society
Promoting action that ensures vulnerable populations are not ‘left behind’ in environmental initiatives addressing climate change.
Equitable Health Care in the Periphery
Forums based in the Galilee and Negev advocate for increased governmental focus on healthcare and health equality in the periphery.
Strengthening the Democratic Space and Safeguarding Freedom of Expression
Shatil runs trainings and coordinates forums and coalitions of organizations and activists to advance the goals of protecting minorities, strengthening democratic institutions, and safeguarding freedom of expression.
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