One of the stations located on the youth movement route. A path located in the Histadrut garden, inaugurated in October 2020. In the route of stations depicting milestones of the Histadrut. The illustrations at the trail stations were made by Nofar Tzarfati.
The trail was photographed that day Click for a larger image
Three months before the inauguration of the garden, the Histadrut Garden was inaugurated in Rishon Lezion, with signs containing the same text and illustrations, but the signs are made of plastic material, and are on a pillar Click for sign's details Translation of the text on the sign
Station 8 Social institutions of the Histadrut
The range of issues that the Histadrut dealt with from its earliest days reflected its power as a social system that affects almost all areas of life. The Histadrut provided medical insurance to members of the organization through Clalit Health Fund, operated mutual aid institutions that included aid funds for the unemployed, and established prominent cultural enterprises, including: "Davar" newspaper, "Am Oved" publishing house and the "Ohel" theater.
The Central Culture Committee established by the Histadrut was entrusted with the issue of education and training for workers, and the Amal Education Network, in addition, the Histadrut was also home to the working women movement, through NAMAT, which worked to improve the status of women, the Histadrut of "HaNoar HaOved VeHaLomed" (Working and Learning Youth), and the Hapoel Association, which was established to promote sports culture among the workers.