Givat Haviva Wishes Everyone 
a Happy Pesach!
Happy Holiday 

Givat Haviva extends its best wishes for a happy holiday to all friends and partners.

Passover, which is also the holiday of spring and a holiday of liberty, carries with it the command:
"In each and every generation, a person is obligated to regard himself as though he actually left Egypt."

Every person and nation is obligated to view themselves as those who have come out of the shackles of servitude to redemption and freedom.  We at Givat Haviva work throughout the year, and during all past years, towards this imperative - to create a shared and equal society in which no person or people are held down by ropes that curtail their freedom.

We would like to wish all of you that we will be able to live in an Israel where this imperative holds true.  An Israel in which there is equality and freedom for all people, regardless of gender, race, religion or nationality. 

We wish you a happy holiday and a spring of hope and happiness.
Our Successful Trip to DC for JStreet's Annual Conference

Givat Haviva hosted a booth at JStreet's Annual Conference last month.  We met some great people and shmoozed with new supporters.  The Conference was a blast!
Wish Aya & Ahmad Good Luck!

Aya and Ahmad just landed in California for the first time to speak at a Good Friday Prayer Breakfast, hosted by the Santa Clara de Asis Catholic Church. Wish them luck as they share their experiences from Givat Haviva's photography-based peace dialogue program "Through Others' Eyes".

Read more about this program here.
Don't Forget to Register for our Annual Conference, featuring President Reuven Rivlin!
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