Noam is the Zionist Youth Movement of Masorti Judaism. We are committed to our five ideological branches; Masorti Judaism, Zionism, Tikkun Olam, Democratic Community and Hagshama (Self Realisation). Noam is an environment in which the individual is valued and we encourage all our members to use Noam as a space in which they can explore their Jewish and individual identity in a non-coercive, supportive and dynamic environment.
We believe in the importance of informal education and through our year round activities, including our work in Masorti Communities across London, Veida (conference), Winter Camp, Summer Camp, Israel Tour and Gap Year Programme. We ensure that all participants engage in issues that they care about, which are delivered in stimulating ways by the very best Madrichim. The highlight of a Noamnik’s journey is Merkaz Noam, our weekly community centre that incorporates our two year leadership course for potential Madrichim and a Social Action course for younger participants.
‘Noam is committed to delivering the most informative and up-to-date education regarding Israeli society. Exploring issues surrounding minority rights is one of the most fascinating debates in Israel today and we believe that we should provide our members with the information and historical context they need to make informed decisions. In addition, Noam believes in forming a ‘Chevra L’mofer’ (Ideal Society) in Israel and promoting the rights of Arab citizens of Israel is in line with our ideological commitment to promoting a Democratic and just Israel’.
Sam Schryer, Mazkir, Noam Masorti Youth
12 August 2015
Seven British Jewish youth movements have developed an innovative new set of online resources to educate on Arab citizens of Israel, building upon previous work with the UK Task Force on e-resources tailored for each of the youth movements. The youth movements developed the resources in coordination with the UK Task Force. The project was partially funded by the Jewish Youth Fund, which also provided funding for the previous set of online resources developed several years ago.
1 August 2013
The UK Task Force is delighted to announce the launch of our new electronic resources, produced in partnership with seven British Jewish youth movements. These resources, tailored
9 May 2013
The Knesset Ministerial Committee on Legislation approved a bill on 6 May, which outlines the framework of the government’s plan to regulate Bedouin land settlement