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Israel Leads in Corporate Social Responsibility

in Economy & Innovation

The first ever corporate social responsibility (CSR) conference is being held in Israel this week. A natural born leader when it comes to environmental sustainability and innovation, Israel was named Top Innovator in Clean Technology by the Global Cleantech 100 Index, and is continuing to lead the world in its CSR endeavors. While many companies…

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Northern Israel Ravaged By Flames

in Economy & Innovation/Tourism & Nature

The northern part of Israel is urgently suffering due to many fires in the region since Tuesday. What may have started as a dry fire has now flipped into a state of emergency in Israel. Families have lost their homes and belongings, and over 60,000 people have been evacuated from Haifa, the well-known port city.…

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Leonard Cohen’s Love Affair with Israel

in Life, Culture & Sports

Overflowing with warmth in both voice and heart, the legendary Leonard Cohen passed away at the age of 82 in early November. With news of his passing, communities in Israel and beyond honored Cohen like the memorial of a true friend. The songwriter and his relationship with Israel had been considered an item since that…

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A personal resume

in Monthly Report/Uncategorized

When I came to Israel for a two month stint, I didn’t expect to fall in love with this crazy little country. People sometimes ask me if I literally ‘just’ moved to Israel ‘like that’. Well, yes. It was an overnight decision, anything but rational and probably one of the best decisions of my life.…

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Tradition meets 2.0

in Economy & Innovation

World-famous Oxford University Press recently teamed up with three Israeli start-up companies to develop educational online products. TinyTap will use Oxford’s content on its social platform, Total boox enables readers to buy Oxford’s ebooks on a pay-as-you-read store and Kidoz is a content discovery platform for children. Oxford University Press (OUP) is the world’s largest university…

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