The Bernard van Leer Foundation’s Urban95 programme, in partnership with the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality, the Tel Aviv Foundation and Bloomberg Philanthropies, is addressing the specific needs of the families and children of Tel Aviv. The collaboration will provide crucial services for children aged 0-3 and the partnership will work to pilot innovative models, mechanisms and practices in:
One of Tel Aviv’s most important national, cultural assets is on the brink of revival after decades of inactivity and some disrepair.
The Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality has set its sights on transforming the impoverished Yad Eliyahu neighborhood. By relocating Afeka, Israel’s leading college of engineering, residents will reap the benefits of a prestigious academic institution in their backyard.
Strengthening and preserving the Tel Aviv-Yafo ethos of democratic discourse, which entails an open, tolerant way of life, in our community, society and culture.
Tel Aviv has miles and miles of flat bike paths connecting the various parts of the city, from the very north of the city, to the southern tip of Yafo. Success of these paths has created a need for further expansion and connectivity for all residents and visitors.
Municipal bodies are seeking new financial tools and partnerships to create solutions that were previously unavailable. Examples include: