Web site for the Israeli elections

February 27, 2015 by J-Wire News Service
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In the lead-up to the 2015 Israeli Elections, The Australasian Union of Jewish Students  has launched an informative website “israelrepresent.org”.

The website will act as a resource for Jewish students and the wider community to educate themselves on Israeli politics and to share their opinions.
Included on the website:
1. Sections on the main political parties and candidates.
2. Basic explanation of the electoral process.
3. Links to additional resources.
4. An interactive blog, with the ability for anyone to contribute.
5. Campaign videos and election memes.
6. The ability to participate in an AUJS poll of what the Knesset might look like if we had the vote.
This website has been created by AUJS National Political Affairs Director Julian Kowal, with the help of a number of contributors from across Australia and New Zealand.
“We hope this resource will act as a hub for Jewish students and the wider community, from which people can inform themselves about Israeli politics and share their voices and opinions through the blog and the AUJS poll”.
“The blog gives the opportunity for a broad range of articles and perspectives to be shared and discussed, showcasing the diversity of views held by our organisation”
The website is part of a larger push from AUJS to further educate and encourage Jewish youth to connect more with Israel and to become more politically involved.
Link to the website: www.israelrepresent.org

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