Ever wonder what the Givat Shmuel Municipality actually does? Confused about the importance of local elections, or unsure how the results might affect your daily life? Feel like this city could do more to help you and other Olim?
Then this event is for you!
Join Moria Rodrig Hadad, the head of the Aleinu Movement’s Givat Shmuel branch, for a discussion about local government, the upcoming elections, and why it’s so important for Olim to have their voices heard!
When: Tuesday, 17 July 2018 @ 20:30
Where: The GSC House – Herzog 22
We’ll be discussing: the functions of local government, the municipality elections this summer, the benefits and importance of local representation, ways to strengthen the olim community, and more!
Light refreshments will be provided.
Please make sure to RSVP below, and let us know you’re coming!
Adv. Moria Rodrig-Hadad is an Olah from Belgium, mother of two, and owner of Rodrig Moria Law Office which specializes in Olim rights and volunteering in different Immigrant NGOS. She is currently serving as the President of OBI, and the Head of Aleinu Movement – Givat Shmuel.
Aleinu is a movement founded by new and veteran Olim, with the purpose of integrating immigrant values and representation into Israel’s local governmental leadership, while taking care of and understanding the unique need of immigrants who aspire to acclimate into Israeli society. Aleinu has many branches across the country, including Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Raanana, Netanya, and more.