Bar Gissin, 28, lives in Rosh Ha’Ayin. She is the development coordinator at the center for Equality & Shared Society in Givat Haviva. National chairperson of Young Meretz. Former coordinator of the “Task Force on Human Trafficking and Prostitution” which promotes legislation to eliminate prostitution and trafficking in Israel. Former coordinator of the “Coalition for Democracy in Education and Civics.” Bar is an M.A. student at the Tel-Aviv University, writing her thesis on the political history of “Hadassah.”
By Bar Gissin
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