As a graduate of Media Studies in Sapir College (Cum Laude), Yahav is interested in psychedelics as a medium, constructed as any other technology. Part of this construction is the formation of local knowledge regarding safe and beneficial use, mainly revolving around harm reduction initiatives at festivals, in which she is both a volunteer and a researcher. Founder of the Israel chapter of Students for Sensible Drug Policy and of Toda'a Raba, the first Psychedelic Podcast in Hebrew. Her day job is Community Manager of Koolulam, a social musical initiative centered around mass singing events in an effort to unite people around music.

Toda'a Raba - The First Psychedelic Podcast in Hebrew

Drugs Are Part of Our Culture. They Need to be Regulated, not Prohibited. Ynet Opinions, December 4, 2018. (Hebrew)

​Psychedelics Hasn’t Escaped Gender: If The Rate Of Use Is The Same, How Come We Only Hear From Men? TimeOut Tel-Aviv, January 30, 2019. (Hebrew)

Making Israeli Music Festivals Safer Through Harm Reduction. Students for Sensible Drug Policy [SSDP], September 20, 2018.

The Festival of Freedom. Students for Sensible Drug Policy [SSDP], April 19, 2019.

For the Sake of the Good Order. Podcast Documentary for final project of Media Communications BA, December 2016. (Hebrew)

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