Ideological and Political Training
for Senior Officials in the Public Sector

“A program that trains leaders among the liberal democratic camp in Israel, granting them tools to more effectively impact the public and political sphere.
The training program is based on shared theoretical and ideological study that aims to create a joint vision and language, and promotes coordinated interconnected action among actors and office-holders in various public systems.


Connect senior leadership among the liberal democratic camp to a network with a shared orientation and vision, to effectively coordinate and promote a liberal democratic agenda in Israel, through various means and systems


Develop leadership with a shared ideological language
that works toward a joint vision

Provide tools and leadership skill
to promote effective processes of change

Create a coordinated network of public officials
who work together collaboratively

About the Program



1. Currently hold a mangerial position in one of the following realms:

2. Individuals commited to working in the public or political sectors for the coming five years

3. Full Availability

4. Capacity to read and converse in English

5. Attendance of all program meetings and seminars


Nativ’s over 100 lecturers are experts in political thought and philosophy in Israeli academia, and policymakers with rich experience at the heart of various realms of public activity

Ameer Fakhouri

University of Haifa; Neve Shalom School for Peace

Avrum Burg

Former Knesset Speaker and former director of the Jewish Agency

Brigadier General (Res.) Assaf Orion

Senior Researcher, Institute of National Security Studies and former head of the IDF's Strategic Division

Dan Meridor

Former deputy prime minister and former minister of intelligence and atomic energy

Dr. Amir Fuchs

The Israel Democracy Institute

Dr. Avner Inbar

Founder Molad Center for the Renewal of Israeli Democracy

Dr. Doron Navot

University of Haifa

Dr. Eli Kook

University of Haifa

Dr. Hagar Tzameret

Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem

Dr. Hillel Ben-Sasson