Project Manager

Forum Dvorah: Women in Foreign Policy and National Security

Tel Aviv Metro Area and Central District

About the Job

We have several projects we need help developing and would love to have your assistance in helping us progress in our goals. Among the projects, you will manage during your time with Forum Dvorah: Expanding our expert roster and connecting with media outlets Developing a partnership with our “sister organizations” around the world. Assisting in the production of our annual event, including "Forum Dvorah" awards for gender equality in national security. Location: Flexible (mainly based in Tel Aviv, but will accompany our Executive Director and Chairperson to meetings in central Israel and in Jerusalem). Report to Executive Director. We welcome applications from all suitably-qualified candidates, irrespective of gender, disability, racial, ethnic, religious, and social origin.

This is a paid internship. The intern will receive an educational grant of $500 per week.

While interns are expected to take care of their own travel, accommodation, and insurance, insideIL will provide them with resources and support to help them with these aspects of their experience.


Good Writing skills, with a detail-oriented researching mind. A creative thinker and a team player who identifies with our vision and goals.

  • Speaking on behalf of Forum Dvorah with decision makers, media outlets, diplomatic community and more.
  • Updating our databases.
  • Expanding our network.
About the company
Forum Dvorah was initially established in 2009 with the support of the Institute for Inclusive Security, in order to promote the inclusion of women in national security decision-making processes and in peacemaking negotiations and inspired by UNSCR 1325, which stresses the importance of equal participation and involvement of women in all efforts for the maintenance and promotion of peace and security. We are a non-partisan, non-profit NGO with an active network of professional women in an array of fields relating to Israel’s national security and foreign policy. Our participants come from a variety of opinions on the political spectrum and from various backgrounds. Our 600+ network includes women who are leading figures in Israel, including many women who “broke the glass ceiling” in their field, as well as the next generation of leadership among younger women in these fields. Our vision is the equal representation of women in key decision-making positions in the fields of national security and foreign policy; within the Israeli security and policy-making establishment. We work with allies and fellow stakeholders in the Knesset, the Cabinet, Government agencies, the foreign diplomatic community and other civil-society organizations in Israel and around the world. Among our programs and activities: A roster of experts Mentorship Programs for women in mid-level management positions Advocacy Networking Seminars, lectures and training workshops For more information about us, visit our website:

May - August 2021

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