The Coalition for Direct Employment
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ANU Making Change

The Coalition for Direct Employment

By ANU Making Change

The program seeks to change the employment system in Israel from contract employment to direct employment. We believe this is the only root solution to change the current situation

The Coalition was established in 2011 and is supported Israel’s leading non-profit organizations in this area including Shatil, ACRI, Beer Sova, Tel Hai College and Dizengof Center, in addition to contract workers, individual activists, community leaders, academics and business people. The rate...

The Coalition was established in 2011 and is supported Israel’s leading non-profit organizations in this area including Shatil, ACRI, Beer Sova, Tel Hai College and Dizengof Center, in addition to contract workers, individual activists, community leaders, academics and business people. The rate of inequality in Israel is 21.7%, according to a recent report by Israel’s National Insurance Institute. This is a historically high rate compared to the national-highest in OECD countries. One reason for this inequality is contractual employment. Contract workers are generally temporary, employed by a third party, and have inferior terms and benefits. They are mainly members of the lower class in the labour market, including women, young workers, immigrants and high-school graduates. Subcontracted employees currently number approximately 430,000 in the public sector only
we can build a network of workers from different social groups and backgrounds that understand the discrimination, and use new skills and their shared identity to change the employment system. In order to establish a sustainable process, there is a need to provide access to knowledge, tools and strengthen leadership and activism skills. This creates practical opportunities for the realization of a platform that allows workers to become agents of change and take control of their reality. Furthermore, solidarity, together with a common foundation of democratic values can give rise to the growth of new leadership. The theory is bottom-up - where the people suffering from the problem are the ones that lead the change and create processes and projects that challenge the system, raise awareness, and change behaviours - resulting in a systemic change in the status quo and in the balance of power.

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About this charity:

ANU Making Change

Tel Aviv
#Education #Human Rights #Multiculturalism and Cooperation #Women #Other

ANU utilizes innovative media and technology to engage, amplify and mobilize organizations and activists to promote positive social change in Israel. By working together, visible and empowered, we bring the public interest to the decision-making table. Our name which means “we” in Hebrew,...

ANU utilizes innovative media and technology to engage, amplify and mobilize organizations and activists to promote positive social change in Israel. By working together, visible and empowered, we bring the public interest to the decision-making table. Our name which means “we” in Hebrew, reflects the collaborative power of activists working together to advance striking socio-economic issues and a more egalitarian and inclusive Israel. With a community of over 100,000 registered users, ANU’s model has proven to be a successful means of bridging the gap between citizen and decision-maker.

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Contact details for this charity

  • Phone 036096585
  • Site http://www.anu.org.il/
  • Email [email protected]
  • Charity Number 513446625
  • Donations to this charity are tax deductible in Israel (section 46)

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