Revival of unions in Israel linked to street protests in 2012

This article makes the case that while the street protest movement in Israel may have disappeared, long term effects include a revived labour movement.  The author is a leader of newly-revived journalists union.  The author, Haggai Matar, writes:

So while J14, its banners, encampments and mass rallies disappeared over time, and although the splits in the movement were partly behind the election of Yair Lapid, its spirit lingers on in small activist groups, the sprouting of new cooperatives all over the country and especially, the return of organized labor.