Women’s Affairs Advisor “to integrate ultra-Orthodox without forcing the women aside.”

צילום: דובר צה”ל

Brig. Gen. TEVET Wiesel participated in a meeting on “breakthrough,” women and presented
The development of women in service: “it is important that they are advancing in options for women

תאריך: 20/02/2014, 15:09    
מחבר: רותם פסו, אתר צה”ל


Women’s Affairs Advisor (יוהל”ן), Brigadier General Rachel TEVET Wiesel participated in a national meeting last week titled” breakthrough “women, organized by the Organization and Israel. The meeting was held within the framework of the women’s leadership program called “social order”.

יוהל”ן introduced her personal story as an officer in the IDF, and climbing up the ranks until its current Chief advisory jurisdiction in matters of gender equality and promoting equal opportunities. “The challenge of being יוהל”ן is a male army is essentially. Its role is to promote equal rights, but to protect Israel’s security, “Brig. Gen. TEVET Wiesel.

Today, the IDF is one of the largest organizations in the country, according to the יוהל”ן effect on Israeli society. “That’s why you can see many senior women in the public sector
And business, from senior positions in the IDF, “said.

During the dialogue with יוהל”ן, explained that the current battleground is the future technology, which creates more and more outdoor opportunities. Also, 92% of subjects in the IDF are open to women. During routine activities, Squadron headquarters operates
To promote equal opportunities in order to increase the number serving in the IDF, including among the girls.

Meanwhile, Squadron headquarters in conjunction with the military Rabbinate and of staff in terms of the influence of the ultra-Orthodox on integration of women in service “should absorb the Haredim as in the rest of the populations in Israel, and to ensure that the ultra-Orthodox without respect to push women away,” stressed Brigadier General TEVET Wiesel. “It is important to promote and service options for advancement for women in Israel, returned.

Translated from Hebrew