Nazareth Illit, Israel
- Last updated: October 14, 2018 (2 seconds ago)
- Listing created on: January 23, 2005
Co-operative community, Jewish and Socialist, based on intimate groups – which aspires to self-improvement and to repair social relationships through shared learning , conversation , culture , behavior and economics . As part of a movement , members mobilize in an effort to repair human society and the world, through a vision of an ever expanding socialist society.
Kibbutz Mishol is an Urban Kibbutz situated in the northern Israeli town of Nazareth Illit. There are 75 adult members, building our own new community in a model which is perhaps best described as an urban kibbutz of groups. The age range amongst our members here is from 30 to 45. There are 75 children. We currently reside all under one roof – an 8 storeyed former absorption center.
- Status: Established (At least 4+ adults, 2+ years)
- Started Planning: 1999
- Start Living Together: 1999
- Visitors accepted: Yes
- Open to new Members: No
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- Website address: http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium-1.565060
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- Type(s): Commune (organized around sharing almost everything)
- Location: Urban
- Decision Making: Consensus (everyone agrees)
- Identified Leader: No
- Leadership Core Group: No
- Dues, Fees, or Shared Expenses: No
- Shared Income: All or close to all
- Required Labor Contribution: No
- Energy Infrastructure: We are connected to the grid.
- Current renewable energy generation: Up to 25%
- Energy sources: Solar
- Current food produced: 0%, or close to 0%
- Common Facilities: Common House, Garden(s), Greenhouse(s), Vehicle Share, Library, Workshop, Outbuilding(s), Swimming pond or pool, Outdoor Kitchen, Large Scale Kitchen, Stage or Auditorium, Fire pit, Swingsets & play areas, Recreational vehicles, Gym or sports area, Internet
- Internet Available: Yes, community provides it
- Internet Fast?: Yes, it’s fine.
- Cell Phone Service: Good for most people.
- Shared meals: Rarely
- Dietary Choice or Restrictions: No – people may eat however they wish.
- Common Spiritual Practice(s): Jewish, Atheist, Agnostic, Humanist
- Spiritual Practice Expected?: No
- Education Style(s): Public Schooling
- Healthcare Options: Community Plan
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