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First, Income (cells B4:C11) in the attachments ( )נספחיםworksheet:
Income Membership fees income (attachment 1) additional income (attachment 2) Additional sources Expected ISTA dividends total income total expenses ₪300,000 ₪8,184,808 ₪8,184,808 5772 ₪2,192,308 ₪5,692,500
Second, income (cells B14:C33) in the attachments ( )נספחיםworksheet:
Membership fees income (attachment 1) at 8.4 per student additional income (attachment 2) income from student cards ISTA advertising ISTA scholarships 365 scholarships Office of retirees scholarship project National Traffic Safety Authority scholarships Ministry of Foreign Affairs scholarship project Ksharim [contacts] organization scholarship project Jewish Agency Scholarship project Presidents Seminar Negev & Galilee - for leadership center Nefesh Yehudi org. - for leadership center Jewish Agency - for leadership center Berl Katzenelson Foundation - for leadership center Total 5772 ₪ 2,192,308 5772 ₪600,000 ₪120,000 ₪275,000 ₪300,000 ₪2,317,500 ₪150,000 ₪180,000 ₪600,000 ₪100,000 ₪50,000 ₪500,000 ₪300,000 ₪150,000 ₪50,000 ₪5,692,500 3 Note 3 Note 3 Note 3 Note 3 Note comments 1 Note comments 2 Note
Note 3 appears in cell B6 of the annotations ( )ביאוריםworksheet: Conditional upon signing contracts.
Third, expenses for the Foreign Relations Department (cells B72:D82) in the attachments ( )נספחיםworksheet:
Foreign Relations Department (Attachment 5) Salary for Department Head Summer U Israel - St. Petersburg delegation Poland Delegation Humanitarian delegation Participating in ESU conferences & seminars abroad ESU membership fees Stand with us Wujs Total
5772 ₪69,120 ₪5,000 ₪20,000 ₪30,000 ₪10,000 ₪25,000 ₪21,000 ₪5,000 ₪5,000 ₪190,120
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Note 4 appears in cell B7 of the annotations ( )ביאוריםworksheet: Wages are calculated according to 160 hours a month * NIS 30 an hour for first year students, NIS 33 per hour for second year students, and NIS 36 per hour for third year students.
[NUIS Work Plan, page 77:] Foreign Relations Department Vision: “The Foreign Relations Department will act to strengthen the link between the student population in Israel and students around the world, and to develop their dialog. The Department will represent the union with international organizations and will be a partner in the general national effort of explaining [hasbara] Israel around the world.” Targets: 1. The Department will harness itself to the national effort to explain [hasbara] the position of Israel in the world. 2. The Department will act to intensify ties between Israeli students and students around the world. 3. The Department will act to entrench the Union’s position in the international arena. 4. The Department will develop the mutual relationships between the union and various organizations relating to its activity, in Israel and around the world. Specifying goals for the targets: 1. The Department will harness itself to the national effort to explain [hasbara] the position of Israel in the world. 1A. Goal: the Department will act, in cooperation with government ministries and additional organizations, to improve the explanation [hasbara] of Israel’s position around the world. Plan: In the face of the multiplicity of organizations in Israel that do hasbara and the lack of any real coordination and cooperation among them, the Union will act to form “a round table” where the various organizations will take part. The cooperation is meant to empower the methods of hasbara and to pool resources. Additionally, it is the goal of the Union to expand the hasbara done by Israeli students, and through them present the pretty face of Israel. It is the Department’s aspiration that through this cooperation, the number of delegations and events in which the student population takes place will expand, and that the support by government ministries will also expand, in future, in sending NUIS delegations abroad and subsidizing them. Operational organization: Foreign Relations Department head, NUIS president. Metric Writing a general joint operative plan Work Plan Creating a “round table” for forming a plan that will pool forces and resources; additionally, the plan will make it clear why the NUIS and the students should be used in favor of practical hasbara. Holding work meetings at the NUIS. Further to the meetings, we will want Target December 2011
Holding work meetings to promote the hasbara plan Receiving subsidies for this
Every other month Throughout the
to receive aid and subsidies for the 5772 delegations.
1B. Target: expanding the number of ambassadors who explain Israel’s policy around the world. Plan: using students who go on delegations abroad on behalf of the Union (approximately 250 students a year) for hasbara purposes. Before each delegation the students will undergo a hasbara workshop on behalf of the Ministry of Hasbara, which will give them the tools and information to contend with the questions and the critical salvos and the ability to present in their stead “a different Israel”. Operational organization: Foreign Relations Department head. Metric Training the students Work Plan After selecting the students for a delegation, the students will undergo a hasbara workshop given on behalf of the Ministry of Hasbara, where the logistics are coordinated by the Department head. This training will be a condition for the student’s going on any delegation this year. Target Every delegation this year.
1C. Target: Explaining Israeli policy in the European Student Union. Plan: writing reports for the ESU. Operational organization: Foreign Relations Department head. Metric Quarterly report Work Plan Sending a quarterly report to the ESU about the situation in Israel, relying on reports issued by the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Hasbara, the SWU organization, and others. Target January, April, July, October 2012
Reports will also be sent ad hoc, as needed.
1D. Target: sending out a humanitarian delegation. Plan: “Tikkun Olam” [repairing the world] - a delegation of Israeli students will go on a humanitarian task in the world. Operational organization: Foreign Relations Department head & and Nefesh Yehudi [Jewish Soul] organization. Metric Raising funds for the delegation Work Plan Approaching the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Hasbara and Target December 2011
the Nefesh Yehudi organization with the goal of obtaining financing for the humanitarian delegation. Planning the delegation Collaborating with the Nefesh Yehudi organization in favor of planning the delegation. Issuing a shout-out for students by means of the associations and distributing the information about the delegation in the ESU. Receiving applications, sorting them, selecting them Preparatory meeting and preparing the delegation. Collecting responses from students who participated in the delegation and analysis thereof. Learning lessons for integration into the 5773 work plan. April 2011
Publishing the delegation
Recruiting the students Preparatory meeting Lessons learned
June 2012 August 2012 September 2012.
[Goal 1 is translated in full. Goals 2-4 are summarized hereunder:] 2. The Department will act to intensify ties between Israeli students and students around the world. 2A - sending a student delegation to visit the death camps in Poland. Subsidies to be obtained from Nefesh Yehudi. 2B - Strengthening contacts with world Jewry. 3. The Department will act to entrench the Union’s position in the international arena. 3A - Increasing the number of Israeli representatives at the various committees of the ESU and its managing committee (EC) for the purpose of increasing the scope of influence on the ESU & especially the EC. This will be supported by the SWU [Stand With Us?]. 3B - Participation in ESU conferences and seminars. For the express purpose of enhancing power for the NUIS, which requires regular and ongoing participation in organization conferences. 3C - enhancing contacts between Israeli and North American students via cooperation with Hillel and mutual visits by delegations. 4. The Department will develop the mutual relationships between the union and various organizations relating to its activity, in Israel and around the world. 4A - Promoting the Taglit[Birthright] project in Israel to host hundreds of students from approximately 20 campuses. 4B - Implementing the Young Leadership program, in cooperation with Stand With Us. Six project groups, 30 students each.
4C - Enhancing contacts with student exchange programs. South Korea and the U.S. are mentioned. 4D - The Department will formalize the foreign relations policies for member students associations. [Further, of interest, on page 59:] 2E - operating a plan to combat ant Semitism on the Internet by means of 23 scholarship recipients. Ambassador project, in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Timeline: October 2011 - shout out to students and receiving applications. November 2011 - Ministry of Foreign Affairs training December 2011 - end of June 2012 - students to work at home based on tasks divided in advance, and to report regularly via the pre-determined forums. February 2012 - refresher meeting with a MoFA rep End of June 2012 - students to end their activity.
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