In May I started to fight the Israeli Government against WiFi in schools and for acknowledgement of EHS. The correspondence led to the first written acknowledgment of the Government of EHS and to some change in the policy regarding WiFi in schools, however, that change was insufficient as the only rasonable policy is a complete ban of WiFi in schools. Therefore, on August 29th, 2012, I submitted a case to the Israeli Supreme Court against the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Environmental Protection asking the court to order a ban of WiFI in Schools.
A non-profit organization that acts to promote a more reasonable use of wireless technology and one of the national parents associations joined the claim. Attorney Michael Bach agreed to represent us. He is experienced in Supreme Court cases and this issue is close to his heart. In the petition we also requested ex-parte temporary injunction but the court rejected the injunction request following the government’s claim that it intends to limit the use of wireless networks. Link to the Petittion to the Supreme Court (Hebrew): http://stopwifiinschool.co.il/images/docs/legal/Bagatz_Petition_26Aug2012.pdf
Link to the Decree (Hebrew): http://cms.education.gov.il/EducationCMS/Applications/Mankal/EtsMedorim/3/3-6/HoraotKeva/K-2013-2-1-3-6-9.htm
Link to our Answer to the Governments' Response: http://stopwifiinschool.co.il/images/docs/legal/Bagatz_Reply_Dec2012.pdf