In cooperation with the School of Social Work and the Student Union at Tel Aviv University, Israel IDAHOT is organising a chain of events with academia and students. On May 22, there will be a rally by the youth movement to commemorate IDAHOT.
Knowledge is Power!
LGBT Academic and Research Papers
In honour of the winning papers in the IDAHO Community Awards for Outstanding Papers 2014. The program includes discussions and panels on masculinity, health resources, working with high school students, as well as great presentations on gender fluidity and trans community
May 15, 2014
“School of Social Work, Tel Aviv University, Auditorium 127”
15:30 / Registration
16:00 / Prof. Bilha Davidson-Arad – Head of the School of Social Work
Yadin Sapir – One of the organizers of the International Day Against LGBT-phobia in Israel
Yali Ben-Ami Vitenberg, Hoshen CEO
Dr. Gill Fishof- Coordinator of the Aguda’s Nir Katz Center Against LGBT-phobia
16:15 – 17:10 / Opening Lectures
Dr. Amit Kama – Outline of the LGBT Research Field in Israel
Uri Eick – Changing Attitudes of High School Students in Israel towards Homosexuality
17:10 – 17:45 / The Award Winning Papers in the Seminar Track
Masculine is in, Man – Homophobia among Heterosexual Male Soldiers in the IDF – Robby Zehavi and Nofar Blank
Creating a Party from AIDS – From a collection of individuals to a committed community: The story of ‘Worried Bella’ – Maya Herman
18:00 – 19:00 / The Award Winning Papers in the Thesis Track
From Köçek to Lovonia – Continuity, change, and gender fluidity in the urban expanse of Istanbul – Yael Segev
Transgenders – Life stories, success stories – Yaron Gal
Transgender individuals in Israel: Stress factors, support and mental health resources – Jonathan Marton
19:00 – 19:30 / Discussion with audience participation: Overcoming LGBT-phobia – How?
Discussion leader Erez Weiner – The LGBT Club, Tel Aviv University
The LGBT Club of Tel Aviv University invites the Seminar participants to a social continuation at the pub ‘Rosh Pina” in Brodetzki Center, Ramat Aviv.
Youth movements rally to mark IDAHO – International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Israel.
The event will take place on Thursday, May 22nd 2014 at 19:30 in Duhl Auditorium, 76 Hatikva St., Tel Aviv.
The event will be attended by 600 youth participants representing the Youth Movements in Israel – Iggy (the Isreal Gay Youth), The Scout Movement, Hamahanot Haolim, The Youth Guard, and The Federation of Working and Studying Youth.
The event will be attended by Professor Yuli Tamir, former Education Minister and current president of Shenkar College.
At the same time, these movements will conduct educational activities about LGBTphobia and bullying, to tens of thousands of their members.
Tel Aviv University