Chavruta Newsletters edited by Michael Livni were published by CHAVRUTA (registered society) for Spiritual-cultural and Social-political Tikkun (transformation). The society was founded in 1999 and ceased to function in 2009.
The Chavruta website was discontinued in February 2011.
Chavruta Newsletters 11-14, published in 2008 deal with the interface between the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism (Reform) and the Zionist idea.
Confronting the Ultra-Orthodox with the Zionist Idea Michael LivniARZENU and Telem Positions Michael LivniWe in "Chavruta – Chazon LeIsrael" Believe That: The Editorial Board
And You Shall Say to Your Son and Your Daughter (Not only on the night of the Seder) The Editorial BoardFurther to Newsletter No. 1: Partnership 2000 Osnat ElnatanWhere is the Reform Movement Michael LivniFrom the Sources: Redemption and Independence for what? Selected by Michael Livni
Shavu'ot – Chag Matan Torah (Revelation) – and Chavruta: Chazon L'Israel The Editorial BoardToday' Ruth Deborah Dash-MooreLove As A Path to The People – The Lessons of Ruth Michael LivniThe "Matan Torah" and Democracy in Telem Michael Livni
Sovereign Jewish Wedding – Integrating Equality into Zionist Jewish Culture The Editorial BoardThe Components of the Jewish Wedding Ceremony and Some Ideas for Innovation Written by Michael Livni, with the assistance of Osnat Elnatan, Doria Pinkas-Naveh and Ofek Meir
Should We Recruit God in the Service of Cultural Zionism? The Editorial BoardThe “God Idea” and the “Secular Idea”A Dialogue between Michael Livni and Gidon EladThe Values of the State of Israel as a Jewish State: A Zionist Dimension and a Halakhic-Traditional Dimension From High Court Judge, Aaron Barak (excerpt)
An open Letter to Limor Livnat, Minister of Education (1) The Editorial BoardImplementing the Shenhar Committee Report from a Social Perspective By Osnat ElnatanA Last Word from the Editor The Editorial Board
"The People of Israel: Who and For What?" The Editorial Board
No. 10 – 2003 January
Elections – Jan. 28, 2003 (not translated)
The Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism and Zionism The Editorial BoardCHAVRUTA and the Arrangement Law Michael LivniChaim Nachman Bialik Reproves his People – Surely the People is Grass
Has the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism Gone Forth out of Egypt? The Editorial BoardThe Jewish Identity Crisis among the Secular Public: Ramifications for Israel's National Strength Meir Yoffe
The IMPJ Conference — and Beyond By the Editorial BoardFormal Jewish-Zionist Education Zippora Livne
The IMPJ Must Reorganize By the Editorial BoardThe IMPJ Conference – Some Comments Amos KatzProposal to the Board for an Action Plan Leading to Decisions on the 2009 Budget Michael Livni