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The Zionist Council in Israel

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The Zionist Council in Israel is an Israeli Zionist movement engaged in deepening Israel's Jewish-Zionist character and bringing about Zionistic change in Israeli society. The Zionist Council in Israel is the active, educational arm of the Department for Israel and Holocaust Commemoration Worldwide in the World Zionist Organization in Israel.

The movement was established in 1970 to strengthen the Zionist foundations of Israeli society, to increase its attachment to the Jewish world, to foster Jewish-Zionist education and social involvement among teenagers and adults.

The council is intended to be a federation of Zionist communities and a common umbrella framework for all Zionist entities in Israel. This is a voluntary, all-Israeli, Zionist and partisan framework, which includes representatives of various organizations and institutions in Israel, representatives of local authorities, youth movements, educational institutions, women's organizations, economic organizations, writers and thinkers.

The movement is based on the approach that the council will serve as a Zionist umbrella framework for education and information activities in Israel.

  • Oz Haim

    Director General of the Zionist Council in Israel
    [Photo: Alan Chapelski]
    OzH@wzo.org.il
CEO Oz Chaim in a recorded conversation with Renana and Shilo, teenaged participants in the youth movement Neta

Million for Hi-tech

CEO Oz Chaim in a recorded conversation with Renana and Shilo, teenaged participants in the youth movement Neta, at the Million for Hi-tech conference. The conference focused on gaps in digital abilities and youth's capacity to change their lives and dream big.
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