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Strengthening the sense of belonging and interaction between Israeli young adults and Jewish young adults in Diaspora Jewish communities.
Development, promotion, and operation of leadership programs in order to provide assistance to communities in need in Israel and worldwide while building the framework for the “International Jewish Peace Corps”.
Assisting and organizing relief operations in crisis and disasters in Israel and worldwide.
Improving and cultivating the social-political image of Israel in the international arena.
Executive Director: Uri Amit
The vision of Adam LeAdam – International Humanitarian Aid (registered association) is based upon the universal tradition and values of the Jewish culture, which is characterized social justice and giving.
The Adam LeAdam association wishes to create a foundation of young Jewish leadership that seeks to promote the values of tikkun olam (making the world a better place) through the development and operation of educational programs in Israel, in the Jewish world, and in developing countries.
Through recognition of the importance of the Jewish peoplehood, Adam LeAdam hopes to strengthen and deepen the ties between young adults in the Diaspora and Israeli young adults as a central level in creating a communal Jewish identity and through strengthening the centrality of Israel.
Activists in the association will constitute the basis for creating an “International Jewish Peace Corps” by creating a network of ties between countries, nations, and cultures, and as such will constitute ambassadors of Judaism and Israel as implementers of the concept of tikkun olam.
The association's activity will be based upon a range of leadership programs aimed towards assisting communities in need in developing countries and towards launching relief operations after natural and man made disasters.
The association will act within an inclusive framework that works alongside leading entities, organizations, and leaders in Israeli society and worldwide.
The association activists are part of the young global Jewish leadership and consider themselves to be committed to the ideas of social justice and tikkun olam.