Thu 29 June 2017 | 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Tel Aviv Museum of Art - Shaul HaMelech 27, Tel Aviv, 30 NIS
The Israel 2030 project was born of the drive to promote in the Israeli public in general and among young people in particular, a discourse on the long term, the vision and future of Israeli society. He was born on the assumption that Israel in 2030 will be another country and we must start thinking about which country it will be. We can do it better. This effort begins with a common vision and thought.
To this end, well-known spokespersons, together with students and young people, will present briefly what will happen in 2030 in their opinion and what should be. What their vision.
A series of regular events that deal with the vision and planning of the future out of a desire and desire that such a dialogue will create a better reality.
The first event in the series will be held at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art as part of the White Night events on 29.6.
The line-up for the lecturers on this evening is:
- Prof. Dan Arieli – Professor of behavioral economics
- Yaakov Hecht – founder of the stream of democratic education
- Dana Halperin – Founder of WeDo and a student of neuroscience at Tel Aviv University
- Rami Hod – Executive Director of the Berl Katznelson Foundation and Director General of the Social-Economic College
- Dr. Yoav Intertor – CTO Innovation Division at Bank Hapoalim
- Yael Abadi – a reporter for the Channel 2 savings program and an MA student in economics at Tel Aviv University
- Tomer Lotan – Director of the Center for Citizen Empowerment
- Barak Raz – Strategic consultant and MBA student at the Kellogg-Recanati program at Tel Aviv University
- Batsheva Moshe – CEO of Unistream
The cost of an event ticket is 30 NIS.