Upcoming Events (In chronological order)

Due to circumstances beyond our control, programs may be subject to substitution or rescheduling.

Event #4 Hannah Kehat

 

 

 

 

 

 

Against the Grain: Orthodox Feminism in Israel

Toronto: Sunday, February 22 2015 @7PM
Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre, 750 Spadina Ave

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Vancouver: Monday, February 23 2015 @7PM
Temple Sholom, 7190 Oak

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Co-sponsored with Temple Sholom

From pressure to sit at the back of public buses to attacks on schoolgirls for dressing “immodestly”, an Orthodox woman requires tremendous strength and commitment to push back against efforts to marginalize women in Israel.

Join NIFC and feminist pioneer Hannah Kehat, founder of Israel’s first Orthodox feminist organization, Kolech (‘her voice’). Kehat is a dynamic leader of the discourse in Israel around feminism and religious pressure on women.

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 Event #5 Shabbat Dinner

 

 

 

 

 

Food for Thought: A New Generations Shabbat Dinner Series

Various locations across Canada: Friday, April 24 2015 @7PM
For participants under 40

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Come together for an evening of community-hosted Shabbat dinners across the country. Whether you’ve spent time in Israel or are just looking for a place to think, learn and talk, we hope you will join us. Discuss, plug in and get involved in making positive change.

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Event #6 Sayed Kashua

 

 

 

 

 

 

In Conversation with Author Sayed Kashua

Toronto: Sunday, June 14 2015 @7PM
Al Green Theatre, Miles Nadal JCC, 750 Spadina Ave

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Montreal: Monday, June 15 2015 @7PM
Moyse Hall Theatre, 853 Sherbrooke St. West, Arts Building, McGill University

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Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to hear from award-winning author and screenwriter Sayed Kashua in Canada. Considered the “Israeli Seinfeld”, Kashua addresses the problems faced by Arabs and Jews in Israel, caught between two worlds with a humorous, tongue-in-cheek style. Join us for a conversation and screening of the hit Israeli TV show “Arab Labor” (Avoda Aravit), created and written by Sayed Kashua.

 

Take a look at NIFC past events

 

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