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In Tel Aviv, Out of All Places, Schools Are Still Segregated

Date: 23.11.20 Source: Haaretz, Dov Khenin

On Sunday morning, at the beginning of the school week, children arriving at the Keshet and Gvanim elementary schools in Tel Aviv found racist graffiti awaiting them. It was an act of hatred aimed directly at their eyes.

New Israeli Show Tackles African Refugees, Crime and Murder

Date: 17.12.18 Source: Jerusalem Post, Amy Spiro

A corrupt attorney. A secret foreign ministry report. A dark underworld of corruption, human trafficking and blackmail in south Tel Aviv. A murder.

Israel Mulls Granting Asylum Seekers Residency Status if They Leave Tel Aviv

Date: 19.6.18 Source: Haaretz, Lee Yaron

The Population and Immigration Authority has put together a new plan to encourage asylum seekers to leave Tel Aviv by offering temporary residency status to those who do so.

In Tel Aviv’s African neighborhood, asylum seekers strive for normal life

Date: 18.6.18 Source: stl jewish light, Ben Sales
TEL AVIV (JTA) — The Sudanese pizza restaurant is nearly empty on this weekday afternoon, but that doesn’t seem to bother its owner, Yakoub Al-Aldoum, who happily cooks goulash in a small, square kitchen.

Pizza, his specialty, will go into the

In Tel Aviv, a battle is being waged for the future of Eritrea

Date: 9.6.18 Source: Haaretz, Lee Yaron

Afternoon is generally a busy time on the pedestrian mall in Tel Aviv’s Neveh Sha’anan neighborhood.

Business tycoons present asylum seeker integration plan

Date: 23.5.18 Source: ynet, Amir Alon

Sixty-four luminaries from Israel's business community wrote Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to outline a comprehensive plan for an economic-business solution to the asylum seeker problem, put together along with south Tel Aviv residents who oppose their expulsion.

64 Leading businessmen submit plan to Netanyahu on how to solve asylum seeker crisis

Date: 22.5.18 Source: Haaretz, Lee Yaron

A group of leading Israeli businessmen has submitted a proposal to the government on how to solve the problem of African asylum seekers living in south 

The other side of Israel's 'white city'

Date: 9.5.18 Source: City lab, Miriam Berger

Taj Haroun didn’t know anything about Tel Aviv before he came to Israel.

Hydroponic farm for refugees, foreign workers launches on Tel Aviv rooftop

Date: 5.1.17 Source: The Jerusalem Post

on the toughest street in the toughest neighborhood of south Tel Aviv, Darfurian refugees, Chinese workers and Israelis are working together to make a rooftop blossom. 

In Tel Aviv, Holot, reactions mixed on fateful High Court decision on migrants

Date: 13.8.15 Source: The Jerusalem Post
“They now understand that they can stay here and I don’t see any of them deciding to leave on their own now,” Tel Aviv city councilman says. By BEN HARTMAN


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