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Engaging in the struggle for a better society, exploring social issues and meeting those shaping the Jewish world and beyond.

Engaging in the struggle for a better society, exploring social issues and meeting those shaping the Jewish world and beyond.

Location:

Israel

Description:

Engaging in the struggle for a better society, exploring social issues and meeting those shaping the Jewish world and beyond.

Language:

English

Contact:

0525348550


Episodes

EP15 - The Centre for Jewish Holidays

7/27/2020
We are joined by Lior Lekner for a conversation about Jewish culture and the important work of the Center of Jewish holidays, situated at Kibbutz Bet Hashita.

Duration:00:44:38

EP15 - The Center for Jewish Holidays

7/27/2020
Episode fifteen features a conversation with Lior Lekner, from the Center for Jewish Holidays. Lior talks us through the work she does bringing secular, humanistic Judaism to Israeli society

Duration:00:44:38

EP14 - Anarchism and the Kibbutz

7/11/2020
A compelling conversation with James Horrox, who describes the kibbutz experiment as the closest example of living anarchism history has ever seen

Duration:00:39:13

EP14 - Anarchism and the Kibbutz

7/11/2020
A compelling conversation with James Horrox, who describes the kibbutz experiment as the closest example of living anarchism history has ever seen

Duration:00:39:13

EP13 - Alliances on the Left in the Age of Populism

6/25/2020
How do we view our elected leaders? What alliances must be fostered by the left? What happened to the moral imperative of valuing truth? These are just some of the questions explored by Prof Eva Illouz in the latest episode of the Kol He'Chalutz podcast.

Duration:00:32:20

EP13 - Left-wing Alliances In The Age Of Populism

6/25/2020
A conversation with Sociologist Professor Eva Illouz on the challenges facing the left in the age of Trump, Johnson and Bibi

Duration:00:32:20

EP12 - Jewish Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War

6/9/2020
Ep12 features a conversation with Martin Sugarman, an expert on the Jewish volunteers who traveled to Spain in the mid 1930's in order to fight fascism. We hear about their motivations and how the fight over the narrative of how they are being remembered

Duration:00:42:49

EP12 - Jewish Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War

6/9/2020
About a quarter of all volunteers to the International Brigades were Jewish. Martin Sugarman shares his take on why he thinks this was the case

Duration:00:42:49

EP11 - Talmud, Feminism & Aya Napa

5/22/2020
Professor Ruhuma Weiss talks the Talmud, Judaism, feminism and the notion of justice. She also manages to share with us some of her poetry.

Duration:00:35:43

EP11 - Talmud, Feminism & Aya Napa

5/22/2020
We're in conversation with Professor Ruhama Weiss, exploring the Talmud, Judaism, feminism and her call to join her in support of the British woman who was held in Cyprus for lying about being raped by a group of Israeli youths.

Duration:00:35:43

EP10 - Digital Technology: Pedagogical Dilemmas during the Pandemic

5/7/2020
Digital technology is experiencing an unprecedented exposure in terms of its utilization for long-distance learning whilst our schools are closed. We talk to Dr Jared Matas, with many years of experience in the field.

Duration:00:34:43

EP10 - Digital Technology - Pedagogical Dilemmas during the Pandemic

5/7/2020
The Corona pandemic has seen education move online, and Dr Jared Matas guides us through the questions and dilemmas that we should all be thinking about.

Duration:00:34:43

EP09 - Marxist Interpretation of Jewish History

4/21/2020
Tom Navon shares his knowledge of Jewish Marxists and their take on Jews as a people and / or a class

Duration:00:45:39

EP09 - Marxist Interpretation of Jewish History

4/21/2020
Tom Navon shares his knowledge of Jewish Marxists and their take on Jews as a people and / or a class

Duration:00:45:39

EP08 - The Davar Newspaper

4/5/2020
Enjoy our latest episode, where we talk to Miryam Holtzman, founder and operations manager of the newspaper Davar in English.

Duration:00:23:52

EP08 - The Davar Newspaper

4/5/2020
Enjoy our latest episode, where we talk to Miryam Holtzman, founder and operations manager of the English-language newspaper, Davar.

Duration:00:23:52

EP07 - The Paris Commune

7/26/2019
Ilya Erenburg, the Jewish revolutionary, who became the public voice of the Soviet Union, wrote a book of short stories called Thirteen Pipes. Here we present a reading of one of those stories, Pipe Two, which paints a vivid picture of Paris at the end

Duration:00:24:04

EP07 - The Paris Commune

7/26/2019
Episode seven sees a departure from our regular format. It consists of a reading of a short story by written by Ilya Erenburg about the Paris Commune

Duration:00:24:04

EP06 - Old Kibbutz New Kibbutz

7/3/2019
We welcome James Grant-Rosenhead to our podcast to talk about both the classic kibbutz and the burgeoning new kibbutz movement.

Duration:00:56:49

EP06 - Old Kibbutz New Kibbutz

7/3/2019
We welcome James Grant-Rosenhead to Kol He'Chalutz, where we talk about the more than 100 year history of the anarcho-syndicalist communal kibbutz movements.

Duration:00:56:49