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This is how the Israeli government shifted its inclusion policy for Ethiopian Israelis

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First, 12 agencies defined their outcome and asked a question:

30 years after their initial immigration to Israel, the Ethiopian community is still not yet integrated into mainstream Israeli society. How can our policies change this?

Dozens of thousands of stakeholders were invited to give advice:

Ethiopian Immigrants

Second Generation

Government Officials

Local Authorities

Nonprofits

Experts & Academia

All the advice was collected in one place

Round Tables

 Emails

PR Campaign

Phone Calls

Posts on Facebook

Text Messages

The insights surprised the government - and shifted policies

"Stop Segregative Programs. Self-stigmatization will remain for a long time after the program ends..."

“Strenghtening the Parents. Parents should not be afraid to exercise their authority...”

“One Size Doesn’t Fit All. Inclusion requires solutions based on needs, not on color...”

In a series of historic cabinet resolutions, the entire policy towards the Ethiopian community changed. Personal updates on impact were sent to each and every participant.

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This is how the Israeli government shifted its inclusion policy for Ethiopian Israelis

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First, 12 agencies defined their outcome and asked a question:

30 years after their initial immigration to Israel, the Ethiopian community is still not yet integrated into mainstream Israeli society. How can our policies change this?

Dozens of thousands of stakeholders were invited to give advice:

עולי אתיופיה

יוצאי אתיופיה

משרדי הממשלה

רשויות מקומיות

חברה אזרחית

מומחים ואנשי אקדמיה

All the advice was collected in one place

Thousands of citizens were invited to take part through text messages and direct emails. The government reached out to stakeholders through campaigns in social networks, and gathered 60 roundtables with different groups, including practitioners, experts, elderly and young community members.

62 Roundtables

+100 Phone Calls

+20,000 Emails

Posts on Facebook

PR Campaign

15,000 Text Messages

שולחנות עגולים

דואר אלקטרוני

יחסי ציבור ותקשורת

כנסים

רשתות חברתיות

מסרונים אישיים

The insights surprised the government - and shifted policies

"Stop Segregative Programs. Self-stigmatization will remain for a long time after the program ends..."

“Strenghtening the Parents. Parents should not be afraid to exercise their authority...”

“One Size Doesn’t Fit All. Inclusion requires solutions based on needs, not on color...”

In a series of historic cabinet resolutions, the entire policy towards the Ethiopian community changed. Personal updates on impact were sent to each and every participant.

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This is how the Israeli government shifted its inclusion policy for Ethiopian Israelis

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First, 12 agencies defined their outcome and asked a question:

30 years after their initial immigration to Israel, the Ethiopian community is still not yet integrated into mainstream Israeli society. How can our policies change this?

Dozens of thousands of stakeholders were invited to give advice:

Äthiopische Einwanderer

Zweite Generation

Nationale Behörden

Kommunen

NGOs

Experten

All the advice was collected in one place

PR Kampagnen

E-Mails

SMS

Konferenzen

Facebook

Twitter

The insights surprised the government - and shifted policies

"Stop Segregative Programs. Self-stigmatization will remain for a long time after the program ends..."

“Strenghtening the Parents. Parents should not be afraid to exercise their authority...”

“One Size Doesn’t Fit All. Inclusion requires solutions based on needs, not on color...”

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CITY

Open Story

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