Nitzan Menagem is a pedagogical coordinator, trainer and speaker for social activism, specializing in political participation, conflict resolution and the prevention and impact of Gender Based Violence in intercultural settings. Based in Berlin, Nitzan is a humanist and a feminist, taking part in different emancipatory groups. Nitzan has served as representative in the student union of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, while coordinating the Jewish-Arab coalition “Campus4All”, and has been long involved in the peace project Willy Brandt Center Jerusalem. Since 2020 Nitzan is the chairperson of Hashomer Hatzair Germany, a progressive Jewish youth movement, which was re-established in 2012 after being prohibited during the Second World War. She is the founder and director of ROSBOT, a non-confessional and multicultural initiative, promoting “Fearless Education for a Hopeful Future”, concentrating on political education for educators and youth workers.
Updated May 2021
More from Nitzan Menagem
Workshop Series: "Young Jewish Resistance: Past and Present – Hashomer Hatzair"
Senior Fellow Nitzan Menagem is part of the workshop series: “Young Jewish Resistance: Past and Present – Hashomer Hatzair.” This project seeks to address the Jewish resistance fighters who have remained unacknowledged within historical memory.
Overcoming Pharaos Seminar by Nitzan Menagem and Joanna Matera
Senior Fellows Nitzan Menagem and Joanna Matera share with the Humanity in Action community the Overcoming Pharaos seminar for Educators and Youth Workers from Germany, Poland and Israel.
Pessach-Seminar for Activists and Educators in Germany and Poland
As part of her Humanity in Action Fellowship Action Project, Nitzan Menagem organized a Pessach-Seminar for educators and activists (18+) in Germany and Poland. The seminar ran from March 19th to 21st.
2020 HIA Warsaw Fellows editing Wikipedia!
Editing Wikipedia is one of forms of online activism that has an empowering potential - as 2020 HIA Warsaw Fellows Nitzan Menagem and Ania Karwatka claim, sharing their reflections on Wikipedia editing.
The motivation of our Fellows to act for human rights presented in a short video
Organizacje społeczne. To działa, one of HIA Poland Fellowship's media partners, together with our Fellows created a short video where they tell about their motivation to act for human rights.
Humanity in Action Germany Announces its 2020 Fellows Cohort
From a competitive pool of applicants, 19 Fellows were selected in Germany to join the 2020 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.