MK – Minister for Social Equality
- 16 January
- TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES TO THE LABOR MARKET Building 5, Floor 3, Green Hall
Gila Gamliel is an Israeli politician who currently serves as a member of the Knesset for Likud, and as Minister for Social Equality.
During her first term in the Knesset starting in 2003, she chaired the committee on the Status of Women, and in March 2005 was appointed Deputy Minister of Agriculture.
In April 2009, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appointed Gamliel as Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Office in his new government, with the portfolio of the Advancement of Young People, Students, and Women.
After the 2015 elections, Gamliel was appointed Minister for Senior Citizens in the new government. Her ministry was then reconstituted as the Ministry for Social Equality in August 2015.
Gamliel is married, with two daughters, and lives in Tel Aviv.