Unit of social involvement

Our Unit for Social Involvement strives to advance social issues both on campus and in the field. The College curricula include regular annual activities in social organizations and among disadvantage groups in society as an integral part of the mandatory studies. The aim of the social activities is to develop students’ critical thinking regarding issues of social justice in education and enable them to become part of significant social activity in their schools and communities.

The Unit also runs many activities such as conferences on social issues, anti-racism workshops, community volunteering and environmental activities, seminars and field trips and the like.