SHATIL is the New Israel Fund’s empowerment and training centre. It works to promote democracy, tolerance, and social justice in Israel.

SHATIL, the New Israel Fund’s empowerment and training centre, was established in 1982 to promote democracy, tolerance, and social justice in Israel. Recognising the need for building a strong civil society in Israel, SHATIL, Israel’s leading capacity building centre for social change organisations, provides over 1,000 non-profit organisations with consulting and training in organisational development, advocacy, media and public relations, coalition building, resource development and volunteer management each year.

The goal of the centre is to build the capacity of organisations working for social change, by integrating thought and action and expanding practical, multi-disciplinary knowledge; to create networks for different target populations, enabling them to meet, coordinate, collaborate, and learn from one another; to form strategic coalitions and partnerships; to recruit new partners for the effort to bring about social change.


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