Young Funders Forum - The Psychology of Social Polarization in Israel and the Role of Philanthropy in Building a Different Reality

Monday, November 02, 2020, 8:15pm – 10:00pm IST

JFN’s Young Funders Forum invites you to a nightly talk, on the eve of the US presidential election

A tolerant, inclusive and equal society increases the ability of citizens to comply with guidelines in times of crisis. At the same time, our political system rewards exclusion and polarization that lead us away from the society we strive to build Why is this happening? And how can the division curve be flattened? Leading us in this conversation is Prof. Eran Halperin, founder and head of the aChord Center - Social Psychology for Social Change who will analyse the psychological needs and political interests that push us in opposite directions and look at the role of philanthropy in creating significant social change. (8:45-10:00pm)

We will start the conversation with an opportunity to check-in and catch up with everyone (8:15-8:45pm).

Efrat Oppenheimer · · 052-4214675

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