In the early 1980s, a group of Jerusalemites imagined the idea of creating a more harmonious and compassionate society that would explore the nature of man. As they were a practically-minded group, they established the Kibbutz Neot Semadar in 1989, in the South Negev. Here they set up a learning society whose members follow the group’s vision through work, relationships and observation.
Content and Training Methods:
* Dynamics and challenges in mutual relationships and cooperation.
* The art of discussion, listening, observing, seeking and finding mutual goals.
* Acquiring practical skills in different fields such as agriculture, art, education and ecological building
* Development of environmental awareness – learning about different green lifestyles, including organic agriculture, ecological construction and creative solutions for renewable energy and water.