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Sikkuy’s Co-Executive Directors on a Coast To Coast Speaking Tour

Under the theme of “advancing shared society”, Rawnak and Ron, Sikkuy’s co-executive directors met with supporters in 6 different cities

12.06.16
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No More Excuses: “A-LIST”, the Israeli Arab Experts Online Database No More Excuses: “A-LIST”, the Israeli Arab Experts Online Database
No More Excuses: “A-LIST”, the Israeli Arab Experts Online Database Read more
For the First Time: Arabic Language Day in the Knesset For the First Time: Arabic Language Day in the Knesset
For the First Time: Arabic Language Day in the Knesset Read more
Israeli government approved plan for economic development of Arab sector Israeli government approved plan for economic development of Arab sector
Israeli government approved plan for economic development of Arab sector Read more
Political lay-offs threaten everyone's future
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is seen on monitors before the evening news bulletin at Channel 10's control room in Jerusalem November 18, 2015. Critics say Netanyahu, known as "Bibi," is hitting the wrong note when it comes to the media, weakening press freedom and holding sway over TV broadcasters in a country that bills itself as the Middle East's only true democracy. Picture taken November 18, 2015. To match Insight ISRAEL-NETANYAHU/MEDIA  REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun  - RTX1VG1F

Why Are So Few Arabs Interviewed on Israeli TV?

The Media Representation Index initiated by Sikkuy, tracking the number of Israeli Arab interviewees, has correctly identified the Achilles’ heel of Israeli journalists. Its impressive results have reverberated throughout the industry

19.08.16
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A Palestinian man breaks a hole into a wall as he is demolishing a house following orders of the Jerusalem Municipality, in Jerusalem's Old City, on June 22, 2013. The Jerusalem Municpality ordered the man to demolish his house, stating the building had been constructed without a permit. Photo by Sliman Khader/FLASH90

The Government is Tearing Down Before Building Up

The decision to begin enforcing building laws before the transfer of substantial budgets to the Arab local governments is harmful and pushes Arabs into an impossible corner. An Op-Ed by Sikuuy in the +972 Magazine

4.08.16
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Beduin Children

The Beduin Children Can’t Wait for Infrastructure

After more than a decade since the recognition of the 11 villages included in the al-Kasum and Neve Midbar regional councils, they are still not connected to sewage, water and electricity

3.07.16
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