RSY-Netzer is a youth movement which exists to educate, empower and challenge young Reform Jews and create a community for them to blossom and practice our values within our movement and in the wider world. Our ideology creates the opportunity for socially conscious Jews to live Jewish lives founded on the four pillars of Reform Zionism, Reform Judaism, Tikkun Olam and ‘Liv Luv’ (encouraging each individual’s personal development).
We run four residential summer camps across the UK, two day camps for ages 5-9 in London and Manchester, an incredible gap year programme and six Israel tours with over 200 participants!
“RSY-Netzer supports the UK Task Force because of the opportunities and tools it provides our chaverim (members) to make their own informed decisions with an inclusive and intellectually honest approach to Israel education and engagement. The UK Task Force has already supported RSY in creating a challenging and exciting Israel Tour programme and trained our leaders and movement workers to provide high quality and vibrant education within our movement.”
Rhea Wolfson, Mazkira, RSY-Netzer
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
1 March 2012
In February 2012, the UK Task Force led its second study trip to Israel to learn about Bedouin communities in the Negev. Based in Be’er