(עברית) המכון בתקשורת

It’s time to promote advancement of ultra-Orthodox working women

The government encourages Haredi men who are absent from the employment pool to join it, but what if it offered incentives for training to the women instead? [caption id="attachment_6554" align="alignnone" width="873"] Employment. Photo by Canva.[/caption] One big question people don’t ask is: are ultra-Orthodox women interested in a change? In traditional Jewish society, the role of women was supposed to be wholly dedicated to raising children, but when many ultra-Orthodox…
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