For International Women’s Day, ARZA and the UPJ introduce a special interview being brought to Australia by the ZFA on Sunday March 7, at 7 pm. MERAV MICHAELI MK is Head of the Israeli Labor Party for the coming Israeli elections. She is a champion for women’s rights through decades of activism.
While ARZA and the UPJ are non-partisan Zionist Jewish organisations, we do encourage you to view this event, knowing that Progressive Rabbi Gilad Kariv is number 4 on the Labor ticket with a good chance of being elected to the Knesset. He would be the first Progressive Rabbi to join the Knesset as a Member.
ARZA Australia President
UPJ Vice President
Brian Samuel OAM and David Knoll AM
UPJ Joint Presidents
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2021:
SPECIAL ONLINE EVENT – SUNDAY 7 MARCH
The Zionist Federation of Australia is delighted to invite to you a very special event for International Women’s Day 2021, featuring member of Knesset and Labor Party leader Merav Michaeli MK. A champion for women’s rights, MK Michaeli will also speak about the upcoming Israeli elections. She will be in conversation with ZFA’s Information Chair, Adele Stowe-Lindner.
The global theme for International Women’s Day is “Women in Leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world”. In keeping with the theme of hearing from women who inspire, lead and are committed to making a difference every day, Merav Michaeli embodies all of these qualities through decades of activism seeking to promote equal rights for women.
Merav Michaeli is the newly elected chair of the Israeli Labor Party and a Knesset member since 2013. She is a former journalist, TV anchor, and radio broadcaster. Her activities have extended over many issues and sectors, including; socio-economic discourse, gender equality, relationship between state and religion, LBGTQ rights, labor rights and promoting the peace process.
Join us on Sunday 7 March 2021 at 7 pm over Zoom for what is sure to be a fascinating conversation. Register here.