Compilation of Stories from the Field.
Message from the Executive Director
This compilation of stories – “Scent of Field Work” – is a first-time project that presents a mosaic of the Israel Center for Legal Guardianship’s activity. It aims to show the day-to-day work of the Center’s staff at its four regional offices that form a humane and professional safety net to protect and guard the rights, security and needs of the service recipients.
The stories demonstrate different aspects in the social mission of righting wrongs and ensuring real social justice. As people who take care of people, every day for us is a story. Every day includes actions for the protection, guardianship and care of our service recipients, that are based on humanity, compassion, respect, caring and desire to fulfill the service recipients wants and needs – with professionalism, conscientiousness and loyalty.
We have selected a few from the many stories which reflect the daily reality of those helped by the Center.
These are our “human and social battle stories” – battles that we fight every single day against evildoers, to preserve the dignity, physical wellbeing, money and property of the service recipients – the dear people who we serve as guardians.
This small sample of stories represent the range of our multi-disciplinary work, carried out by a multi-disciplinary team throughout the country, providing solutions to the service recipients different needs – children, youth, young adults, adults and elderly people, of all religions, ethnicity and genders.
I thank all our partners: the Ministry of Justice Guardian General, Ministry of Welfare, Health Ministry, the local municipalities welfare services, networks, institutions and not-for-profit organizations. All deserve to be commended. My warmest thanks to the Center’s Board of Trustees, headed by Mr. David Brodet, for an inspired and inspiring leadership that enhances the Center’s unique spirit.
I am proud of the Center’s wonderful staff. I am immensely grateful to all the workers and managers who work tirelessly, with sensitivity, compassion, humanness, professionalism and integrity, to ensure maximal personal security and peace of mind to our service recipients.
Safeguarding the security and caring for the wellbeing, needs and rights of those in need of such protection and care.
- The service will be provided to all members of Israeli society.
- The provision of the service will always be respectful of human dignity.
- The service will be provided with respect and preservation of human dignity.
- The service will provide optimal protection of the wards’ financial, physical, emotional and social needs and rights.
- The Center will develop knowledge, skills and professional tools for taking care of the wards.
- The Center will be a leading organization nationwide in the quality of its services.
- The service will be provided with professionalism, integrity, transparency, partnership, equality, accessibility, dedication, sensitivity, tolerance, compassion and love.
- The service will be provided out of a sense of calling and dedication to give as much as possible.
- Service recipients will be respected, their privacy and trust maintained. The service recipients’ wellbeing will always be the highest priority for the Center and its service providers.
- Approved by the Board of Trustees on March 14th, 2012
The Center’s Appointments Committee
- Supreme Court Justice (Emeritus), Theodore Or
- District Court Justice (Emeritus), Yaffa Hecht
- Advocate Yael Maimon, Ministry of Justice
The Center’s Board of Trustees
Social Worker Moti Vinter, Chair of Board
(Advocate Ranni Neubauer (representative of the Ministry of Justice
(Social Worker Ayala Meir (representative of the Ministry of Welfare
Professor Leah Ahdut
Advocate Joshua Schoffman
Professor Jacques Michel
MR David Zaken
Uriel Lederberg, Center’s Executive Director
Accountant and Comptroller - CPA Rami Elhanatti
Internal Auditor - CPA Ido Canaan
Legal Advisor – Advocate Tamar Heker, Efrayim Abramzon and Co.
Hagan Hatechnologi, Building 1, Entrance C,
Malcha, Jerusalem 96951
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Tel Aviv and Center District
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Haifa and North District
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Be’er Sheba and the South District
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