(NIF US) Book talk with Daniel Sokatch: Can We Talk About Israel?

Register here. As an expert who understands both sides of one of the world's most complex, controversial conflicts, Daniel Sokatch takes a hard look at Israel and Palestine in CAN WE TALK ABOUT ISRAEL? A Guide for the Curious, Confused, and Conflicted to explain why Israel and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict drives so many otherwise reasonable and […]

(Community Event) Wills in a Virtual World: Peace of Mind through Planning

Organized by the Canadian Association of Gift Planners: Greater Toronto Area Chapter. Over the past 18 months, people have taken pause to consider what matters most to them in life and legacy. You are not alone if you have thought about creating or updating your Will during the pandemic. Join our experts for a free […]

(NIF Germany) Opportunities and limitations as a peace and human rights activist in the Israeli government

Thursday, January 13, 2022, 12:00 PM Eastern / 90:00 AM Pacific / 6:00 PM GermanyLanguage: EnglishWhere? On Zoom. Click here to register.Since May 2021, after 12 years of governments under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a new government has been in office in Israel. It is a politically extremely heterogeneous coalition of eight different parties. In […]

(Community Event) Sari Bashi’s Unique Lens on the Occupation with Sari Bashi

Sari Bashi's Unique Lens on the Occupation with Sari Bashi Human rights lawyer, activist, mother, Jewish-Israeli married to a Palestinian Event by Canadian Friends of Peace Now January 16, 2022 @ 1:00 pm ET Register here What is it like to be a Jewish-Israeli advocate for justice while partnered to a Palestinian, raising a mixed Jewish-Palestinian family […]

On the Ground with Adi: Virtual Tour Series

Join us each Wednesday in February as Adi Tufik, NIF's Head of Donor Relations in Israel, takes us behind the scenes to dive into the issues people across Israel and the occupied territories face. From Bedouin towns in the Negev to the occupied Jordan Valley, from rapidly changing Jaffa to the Musrara neighbourhood of Jerusalem, […]

(CFPN) The Alarming Rise in Settler Violence

Organized by Canadian Friends of Peace Now. Webinar with Avner Gvaryahu, Breaking the Silence, and Dana Mills, Peace Now. Register here Settlers have been attacking Palestinians on the West Bank for years. But something has changed since the time when “Price Tag” youths from illegal outposts committed rogue violence. The number of violent incidents by Jewish […]

Vancouver Jewish Film Festival: Advocate (BC only)

Film at the Vancouver Jewish Film Festival, sponsored by the New Israel Fund of Canada. Watch online from March 3-March 13 *only available in British Columbia Click here for tickets Israeli human rights lawyer Lea Tsemel is a force of nature. Confident and resilient, she is a magnet for the toughest cases imaginable. Tsemel is […]

(New Generations) 1948: Independence + Nakba 101

1948:  a year celebrated by some as Israel’s independence and denounced by others as a catastrophe that spelled the displacement of 750,000 Palestinians. What happened in '48? What events stoked the tensions that led to the Arab-Israeli War? What role did the British and Ottoman empires, the Balfour Declaration and two world wars play in […]

(NIF US) Ukraine Update: Meeting with Shomeret Jenya

Join Hashomer Hatzair and the New Israel Fund on Sunday, April 3rd, at 1 PM EST. to hear Hashomer Hatzair youth leader Jenya Brizkho speak about her experience fleeing Ukraine and update us on the current situation of her community. Jenya is the leader of the Hashomer Hatzair ken in Kharkiv, and she has been […]

74 Years of Social Change: A Progressive Yom Haatzmaut


74 years after the signing of Israel’s Declaration of Independence, NIFC invites you to celebrate the social justice values enshrined in that document -- and to reaffirm our commitment to achieve them in full. Join us on May 2nd as we explore the progress that activists in Israel have made on important issues. We’ll hear […]

(New Gen) 1967 101: War, Borders, Settlements, and the Beginning of the Occupation


Six days of war in 1967 between Israel and its neighbours—called variously the June War, Six-Day War, and Naksa—had far-reaching consequences for Israel, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the broader Middle East. Israel’s borders expanded to include East Jerusalem, the West Bank, Gaza, and the Golan Heights, territory it occupies to this day. And the settlements, […]