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Get Involved

Around 10,000 individuals participate in our activities every year. With growing interest in our programs from key actors in the country and possibilities of expansion, the Rossing Center has the potential to reach more individuals and communities. Join us on our journey of creating a shared society and consider multiple ways of getting involved and supporting our work! 

Donate

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Join a leading organisation bringing together Israelis and Palestinians, Jews, Christians and Muslims. Help us sustain and expand our activities by donating financially. Any amount supports our work of creating a shared society in the Holy Land.

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Book a Lecture or Tour

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Hear about our story, work and expertise in interreligious dialogue and education in the Holy Land. We provide a wide range of lectures and tours that can be catered to any group, including physical and virtual sessions. Contact us to learn more!

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Join our Community and Share our Story!

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The Rossing Center community is growing locally and internationally! Consider joining our community by following our social media platforms, registering for our newsletter and attending our public events. Likewise, you can share our content through your social media platforms, networks and community centers. Or why not invite us to give a lecture in your community – online or in person? Help spread our message! 

Volunteer / Internships

We provide opportunities for individuals to volunteer/intern at our organisation. You will have the opportunity to partner with a leading organisation in the Holy Land and learn from some of the experts in the field of interreligious dialogue and multicultural education.

Apply by sending your CV and a Cover Letter to the following address: john@rossingcenter.org

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