On March 6, the Arvut (Mutual Guarantee) movement held a round table in the Knesset, the legislative branch of the Israeli government. The round table was attended by women parliamentarians and prominent public figures: Deputy Minister Gila Gamliel, deputies Ronit Tirosh, Orit Zuaretz, Dr. Rachel Adachi, and Yulia Shamalov-Berkovich, businesswoman Galia Albin, Ola Najm, lawyer, “Women Against Violence,” Vered Sweid, Director General of the Authority for the Advancement of the Status of Women in the Prime Minister’s Office, Yifat Zamir, Executive Director of the organization “We Power,” and Ilanit Trabalsi, a representative of the Arvut movement.
The participants addressed questions related to the status of women in the modern era and discussed suggestions on how to improve the situation of women. The discussion covered a wide range of topics: law, politics, business, religion, community, cross-sectoral communication, and society in general. The discussion was attended by dozens of activists from the Arvut movement and graduates of the course organized by “The Strength of Women” association.