The Arab Movement for Change (also known as Ta'al or Taghyir) is a secular Arab party led by Ahmed Tibi, a prominent and longtime Arab lawmaker.

Ta'al currently has 3 members of the Knesset.

Ta'al is part of the Joint List; although it provoked the momentary dissolution of the list ahead of the May 2019 elections, which it contested with Hadash as part of the joint Hadash-Ta’al list.

While lacking a specific ideology or identity within Palestinian politics, Ta'al focuses on achieving civil equality for Palestinian citizens of Israel as well as a two-state solution. Ta'al has run in every election on a common slate with another Arab party, most frequently with Ra'am (Islamic Movement), in order to pass Israel's electoral threshold.