120 KIBBUTZ GALUYOT ST,
- Youth and education
The movement's mission as we move into the next millennium is to develop models of cooperative life (in addition to the kibbutz), to assist the weaker social sectors, to absorb tens of thousands of immigrant youth, and to continue the struggle for the image of Israeli society as a more just society, egalitarian, democratic, tolerant, Zionist, and peace loving-all this under crisis conditions that are threatening the very wholeness of Israeli society.
The General Federation of Students & young workers in the 21st century is a dynamic organization that is able to build and maintain a base of new, high-quality activity across many age groups, reaching most parts of the population throughout the country, once again giving rise to the dimension of cooperation, voluntarism, and social action in Israeli society, looking toward the vision and dream of a better Israeli society.
the movement has hundreds of branches, centers and clubhouses throughout Israel, from Kiryat Shemona and the Golan Heights in the north to Eilat in the south. Tens of thousands of Jewish, Arab, and Druze young people are members; young people who work and study in the cities, development towns, kibbutzim and moshavim; affected young people and young immigrants. All are guided and accompanied in ways that are appropriate to them, working to strengthen the intra-movement relationship.