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Building Progressive Zionist Activists: Exploring the Impact of Habonim Dror, authored by Prof. Steven M. Cohen and Steven Fink describes evidence of the life-long impact that the Habonim Dror youth movement has had on its participants. The report draws upon a survey of nearly 2,000 alumni of Habonim Dror camps and other programs, ages 20 to 83. READ MORE
Habonim Dror Foundation was founded in 1994 to support the work of Habonim Dror North America, the Labor Zionist youth movement. We are movement graduates and friends who believe in the mission of Habonim Dror.
The Habonim Dror Camp Association (HDCA) is a coalition of the Habonim Dror N.A. Central Office, the seven North American Habonim Dror machanot (camps), the Habonim Dror Foundation and Ameinu. Its focus is to sustain the Habonim Dror camp enterprise. HDCA is both a professional training & networking organization and a policy-setting group for the seven Movement machanot. Over the past 3 years, the Association has formalized its structure with a Board and elected officers, established an annual dues assessment for each partner organization, hired a part time Director, and successfully raised outside grant funding.
For more information about the Habonim Dror Camp Association, visit the HDCA Facebook page.
Ameinu, Hebrew for “Our People,” is a national, multi-generational community of progressive Jews in North America. Recognizing the unbreakable bond between the Jewish people and Israel, as well as the commitment to make our own society better, we mobilize those Jews who seek opportunities to foster social and economic justice both in Israel and in North America. Ameinu provides critical support to Habonim Dror.
Kvutzot Am (קבוצות ע”מ) is the Network of Educators’ Kibbutzim of Habonim Dror Olim (תנועת קבוצות העולים המשימתיות מקרב בוגרי הבונים דרור). We are a passionate group of olim (immigrants) who have come to Israel in order to take responsibility for the State of Israel and the Jewish People. We are social activists who work in three spheres: Israeli Society, Diaspora Jewry and Habonim Dror.
Na’amat USA, formerly Pioneer Women, is a sister movement to Na’amat in Israel. Na’amat is a vigorous advocate for progressive legislation advancing women’s rights, child welfare, and educational initiatives. Na’amat provides critical support to women, children, and families through Na’amat Israel, and has chapters around the country.