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The German-Israeli Exchange Network

MyGIX is the network for everyone who is passionate about German-Israeli exchange.

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Sharing worlds

You have had a great youth exchange experience? Tell us about it! Wondering what volunteering in Germany or Israel is really like? Insiders answer you! MyGIX is the place where we can discuss what is important to us: experiences that connect us. Topics that interest us. Worlds that we share.

Connecting with people

You want to stay in touch with your new friends from the youth exchange? On MyGIX you can start your own group. If your experiences in Israel or Germany happened a while ago, you can find old companions again and invite them. You want to learn Hebrew, Arabic or German? Find a tandem partner!

You want to become part of an active community? Register and get the mobile app!

Getting active locally

You want to implement a project in your city? Organize a local regulars' table, a lecture, a reading, whatever you like – and promote your event in the MyGIX event calendar! Everything is possible, if you want it.

Marketplace

A digital flea market where all small and big things around the German-Israeli exchange can be offered. You are looking for a language tandem or specific learning material? Here you will find what you are looking for. Even if you are seeking for an internship, a job or a room in the other country, the community on MyGIX will help you.

What's happening on MyGIX?

This is a selection of posts from the MyGIX community. If you want to read more – log in or register!

  • ConAct and its partners are currently updating one of their educational publications regarding shared commemoration in German-Israeli youth exchange projects. You are invited to support the creating of the new digital handbook by sharing your perspective. A short questionnaire can be found here.

    Read and discuss on MyGIX
  • My favorite Jewish-Kurdish-Iraqi dish in Israel is Kubbeh Chamusta soup. It’s a soup containing little semolina-balls filled with meat or a vegetarian alternative. They come either in an Beet soup or in a green soup with leek, zucchini and lemon. It’s the tastiest thing in the world and easy to find in Jerusalem. In Tel Aviv though, I found it harder to find it. Last time I’ve been there I ate it at the Hatikva Market. Do you know other places in Tel Aviv for a good Kubbeh soup?
    In the picture: A homemade version of it when I missed it too much. 💔🥣
    Looking forward to your tips!

    Read and discuss on MyGIX
  • 🎓 PhD in Germany 🇩🇪 – Info Webinar on Tuesday, April 13, 2021 | 10:00–12:00 (IST) organized by the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) in Tel Aviv, starring snapshots by several Israeli PhDs in Germany:

    Shaul Marmari (Simon Dubnow Institute, Leipzig)
    Dr. Ariel Winderboim (Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations, Tel Aviv University)
    Dr. Ester Lopatin (Division of Languages, Tel Aviv University, Member of the Board of Trustees of the German-Israeli Future Foundation)

    Program and registration in the link!

    Read and discuss on MyGIX
  • The Psychology of Intergroup Conflict and Reconciliation Lab at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is seeking applicants for a Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship for a period of 2 or 3 years. Deadline to apply is April 15, 2021. Detailed information in the document attached.

    Files

    Read and discuss on MyGIX

About us

The name of ConAct says it all: Acting together...

  • in the field of German-Israeli youth contacts
  • with the different generations that have contributed to their development
  • with the German partners and interested parties
  • with the Israeli friends

If you need information about the German-Israeli youth exchange, please have a look at our website:

www.conact-org.de

The Israel Youth Exchange Authority is the coordinating body for international youth relations in Israel and ConAct's partner organization. It operates with the support of the Israeli Ministry of Higher Education and the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

MyGIX is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth.