Publications

(16/12/13)
We are pleased to present you with this report on the activities of New Profile, the feminist movement working to demilitarize Israeli society, in 2012.
(7/2/13)

DCI-Israel, DCI-Palestine and New Profile release today their answers to the ‘List of Issues’ recently prepared by t

(9/3/14)

New Profile – Movement for the demilitarization of Israeli Society, is a growing group of people working for Israel's de-militarization.

(15/4/12)
An annual summary of New Profile's work, published as part of the annual appeal to supporters by the Refusers' Solidarity Network, USA.
(29/2/12)
New Profile Denounces Minister of Foreign Affairs Avigdor Lieberman New Profile rejects and denounces Minister Lieberman’s choice to call New Profile and other human rights organizations “terrorist organizations”.
(8/12/13)

We are pleased to present you with this report on the activities of New Profile, the feminist movement working to demilitarize Israeli society, in 2011. The period of the report covers a year in which a wave of popular protests and revolutions swept the globe, and the Middle East in particular.

(8/12/13)

We are proud to present you with New Profile’s annual activity report for 2010. The 

following pages contain the feminist and anti-militarist activities our movement has 

undertaken last year to bring Israeli society closer to the ideal of a truly civil, 

demilitarized, society. 

 

 

(24/7/14)
New Profile dispatched a letter to a list of top U.N. officials urging the U.N. General Assembly and the U.N. Security Council to intervene to ensure implementation of the recommendations made by the U.N. Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict.
(8/12/13)
Every year, as we write out our annual report, we say, “This year was undoubtedly our most challenging”, and 2009 was no exception to the rule. As you will read in the pages below, not only were our continued activities against the militarization of Israeli society demanding, we in fact managed to increase them. We found that in spite of all the critical political events during this year, some of which were specifically aimed to interfere with our activities, we were able to maintain work on our regular projects
(8/12/13)

In October 2008 New Profile celebrated ten years as an organized movement. As a viable grassroots movement, we proudly count ourselves amongst the organizations working hard for social change in Israel.

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