Forum Members

Tag Meir, has grown from 15 to over 50 organizations united in the fight against extremist ideology, especially within Jewish circles

Forum members represent a spectrum of Jewish streams—Orthodox, National-Religious, Reform, Conservative and secular—and various civil society groups.

TAG MEIR FORUM MEMBERS

1. Beit Tefila Israeli
2. Bina
3. Combatants for Peace
4. Conservative Congregation – Petach Tikvah
5. Eliahu Institute for Dialogue and Research
6. Forum of Reservists against Tag Mechir
7. Ghetto Fighter’s House Museum
8. Givat Haviva
9. HaKerem Congregation, Karmiel
10. Hanaton Education Center
11. Hanaton Pre-Army Academy
12. Hashomer Hatzair
13. Interfaith Council in Israel
14. Israel National Student Union
15. Kerem Community, Carmiel
16. Kibbutz Movement (Actions Committee)
17. Kol Haneshama
18. Kolech Religious Women's Forum
19. The Masorti Movement
20. Massad – the Social Democratic Organization
21. Mavoi Satum
22. Melitz
23. Merhav – Council of Secular Rabbis in Israel
24. Midreshet Adam
25. Midreshet Oranit
26. Moriah Community – Haifa
27. Netivot Shalom – Oz V'Shalom
28. Noam – Masorti Youth
29. One Voice
30. Our Heritage – the Charter for Democracy
31. Pardes
32. Peace Now
33. Peres Center for Peace
34. The Reform Movement of Israel
35. Secular Yeshiva, Jerusalem
36. The Social Guard
37. Shatil
38. Shittim Institute
39. Shomrei Mishpat – Rabbis for Human Rights
40. Shorashim
41. Tmura – Israeli Jewry
42. Truth Center for Tolerance
43. Turning a New Page for Peace
44. Yaakov Herzog Center
45. Yedidya Congregation
46. Yerushalem
47. Yerushalmit Movement
48. Yigal Alon Center
49. Yod Bet B;Heshvan
50. Zion Community – Jerusalem
51. Zionut Datit Realit

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