הדס שדה

Hadas Sadeh

Facilitator of dialogue groups, listening circles and nonviolent communication workshops.
Active in the Jewish-Arab community of Ein Bustan, an NGO that operates bilingual kindergartens in the spirit of anthroposophy.

From Kiryat Tiv’on.

Ms. Sadeh earned a bachelor’s degree in geography and environmental development from Ben Gurion University and is currently a graduate student in the Department of Peace Studies and Conflict Management at the University of Haifa. She is an alumna of the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies at Kibbutz Ketura.

Previously, Ms. Sadeh worked as an environmental planner in the Ministry of Environmental Protection, where she promoted environmental interests in planning processes and gained experience in environmental activism working with communities, educational institutions, and government officials.

Through my training, I was introduced to a diverse group of accomplished, impressive women, each of whom has made an impact in their respective fields. My training has instilled in me the drive to speak out and make my voice heard, recognizing that as a woman, I bring valuable qualities to the table, including environmental and gender-oriented perspectives, which are crucial in conducting diplomatic negotiations.