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March 26, 1993 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-26

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STAYING AHEAD page 7

CHANGING THE WAY YOU THINK

from the former Soviet Union.
American Jews, it can be ar-
gued, have always lagged be-
hind when it comes to
understanding Israeli life.
Many of us still think of Israelis
sitting around the campfire at
night singing folk tunes and
dancing the hora rather than
hitting the raucous downtown
nightspots of metropolitan Tel
Aviv and dancing to the latest
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Agency Director
Visits Israel

Jerusalem (JTA) —
UNESCO, the cultural and
scientific arm of the United
Nations, has dropped its tra-
ditional bias against Israel
and wants to improve rela-
tions with Jerusalem, the
agency's director general
said on an official visit here.
Federico Mayor, the
Spanish head of the United
Nations Educational, Scien-
tific and Cultural Organiza-
tion, told reporters the
organization has moved past
"its politicization and
mismanagement."
He said Israel "benefits
from its participation" in
UNESCO, and UNESCO
"benefits from experts" from
Israel.
"I would like to further
improve this cooperation,"
said Mr. Mayor.
The UNESCO director
praised Israel for remaining
with the agency during
"difficult times"• and for
helping to reform the agency
from within.
For years UNESCO passed
anti-Israel resolutions. The
agency also protested ar-
chaeological digs in eastern
Jerusalem because of
Israel's annexation of the
formerly Arab half of the
city.
Until now, any cooperation
that has occurred between
Israel and UNESCO has
been given a low profile.
But with Mr. Mayor's
visit, it appears cooperation
will increase. UNESCO is
now interested in offering
scholarships to promote
visits here by Arab scientists
wishing to study Israel's en-
gineering, environmental
and medical research, Mr.
Mayor said.
He said UNESCO also
would continue to promote
Israeli- Palestinian peace
through workshops and con-
ferences.
Mr. Mayor indicated it was

time the United States
reconsider its decision to
suspend its membership in
the organization. The
United States had con-
tributed a quarter of
UNESCO's budget until
1985.

Teacher Strike
In Israel

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A nation-
wide teachers strike closed
down the country's junior
and senior high schools, ju-
nior colleges and teachers
seminaries last week.
Teachers began their pro-
test at the beginning of the
week, when they forced
classes to begin an hour late.
Later in the week, teachers
came to school two hours
late.
Education Minister
Shulamit Aloni said she
shares the teachers' disgust
at delays in the Finance
Ministry's review of the
situation, but that she is
powerless to help since the
Treasury controls the purse
strings.
The pay dispute goes back
several years, with teachers
complaining that their
salaries have eroded more
than those of other govern-
ment employees.
The timing of the teachers'
nearly annual strikes has
become almost traditional —
in the period when students
are preparing to take final
exams and university en-
trance exams.
During this period,
teachers are supposed to be
helping students make final
reviews of test material.
Ms. Aloni said that
however much she sym-
pathizes with the teachers,
she cannot agree to their
disruption of the educational
system.

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