female workers

2011

Assaf Adiv
Exploitation of migrant labor, unemployment in Arab villages… Who cares?
17.12.11

Michal Schwartz
Agricultural workers and social protest activists link arms

08.11.11

Michal Schwartz
WAC-Ma’an together with social organizations mark Women International Day 2011 -
Fighting for fair employment and social justice

10.03.11

In honor of the 100th International Woman’s Day, we march for fair employment and social justice
07.03.11

Asma Agbarieh-Zahalka
A Statement for International Women's Day, March 8, 2011
03.03.11

Roni Ben Efrat
“Black Labor” – Granting Voice and Color to the Unseen Worker
19.01.11

2010

Bili Moskuna Lerman
Liberation Struggle
At the age of 31 Wafa Tayara went to work for the first time. Only after two years’ labor for slave wages did she finally gain independence.

19.07.10

Michal Schwartz
FILE dsc_3126jpg IS MISSING">In Unity We Shall Replace Economic Terror with Fair Employment
Marking Women International Day 2010

29.03.10

Roni Ben Efrat
FILE women10jpg IS MISSINGwomens_coalition_for_fair_employment">Women's Coalition for Fair Employment
A March of Working Women, followed by an Assembly, in Tel Aviv on International Women's Day—March 8, 2010

05.03.10

2009

Noah Kosharek
Israeli Arab women march through Tel Aviv demanding jobs
Haaretz, 9 March

09.03.09

"Bread and Roses"
08.01.09

2008

Asma Agbarieh-Zahalka, Michal Schwartz
Arab Women in Israel: Obstacles to Emancipation
01.08.08

Waffa Tiara
Trade Union Training for Women Agricultural Workers: Graduates Speak
30.04.08

Michal Schwartz, Asma Agbarieh-Zahalka
Arab Women in Israel: Obstacles to Emancipation
03.04.08

International Women’s Day in Tel Aviv
Arab and Jewish Women March for Jobs in Tel Aviv

08.03.08

Arab Women March in Tel Aviv Demanding Work
19.02.08

2007

Sharon Horodi
Demonstrating for Jobs
International Women's Day

01.07.07

2005

Asma Agbarieh-Zahalka
Wafa Tayara Goes to Work
01.11.05

Michal Schwartz
Poverty: Meeting Ground between Arab and Jewish Women in Israel
30.05.05

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