One city. 830,000 residents. Jews, Muslims and Christians. Secular, traditional and ultra-Orthodox. A mosaic of languages, a plurality of perspectives, a wide spectrum of cultures, mores and belief systems. The intrinsic complexity of Jerusalem presents a special challenge, and we respond by creating opportunities for dialogue and shared living between and among the city’s different groups. Joint encouters, accessibility programs, communal and educational tolerance programs, and promoting Jewish pluralism and equality, are critical to keeping Jerusalem open and welcoming for all. View this category on our Projects app