Take part in legal or economical comparative research that will be part of the Forum’s policy papers. Possible meetings in the Knesset and expert conferences on major policy issues every few weeks.
The Kohelet Policy Forum was established by Professor Moshe Koppel, who now serves as the Forum’s Chairman, together with several leading Israeli academics, public intellectuals and activists. The Forum is a non-partisan entity. It relies on private donations and does not accept, directly or indirectly, public funds from any government, domestic or foreign. The Forum’s legislative research, policy papers, and other research based products are offered to Israeli decision makers free of charge. The Forum maintains an open door policy and is always on the lookout for like minded people who are working to strengthen Israel through ideas and innovation.