Video: Haredim to Employment in Israel—Learning a Field

There is a growing movement in Israel to help Haredi (ultra-Orthodox) men and women join the workforce. While the rate of employment among Haredi men increased from 39% in 2009 to 46% in 2011, there is still clearly a long way to go. Haredi families are frequently jobless or are one-earner families in low-­paid employment. Poverty rates are around 60% for Haredim.
This webinar offers a comprehensive overview and presentations from three of the most engaged and knowledgeable funders in this area, Roni Rubenstein, Sigal Shelach, and Yael Simon.