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NCJW Chosen by Slingshot 14-15 for Work with Women and Girls


We are delighted to share that NCJW has been recognized by the Slingshot Guide 2014-15 Supplement as a leading Jewish organization impacting the lives of women and girls. NCJW was selected from among hundreds of finalists reviewed by 112 professionals with expertise in grant-making and Jewish communal life. The Guide declared that “NCJW’s advocacy work sets it apart from other Jewish women’s organizations by empowering its members to become advocates and change makers within their own communities."
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How States Can Help End Trafficking


"States can and should step up. Ending the scourge of trafficking requires not just the federal government, but a strong state response to those who traffic in humans and the survivors. Trafficking victims are often invisible and uniquely silenced. For those who wonder what they can do help, working to pass such laws is key to helping trafficking survivors find the help they need and the justice they deserve."

Read more by NCJW CEO Nancy K. Kaufman in
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Introducing EXODUS: NCJW's Anti-Sex Trafficking Initiative


We are excited to announce the launch of Exodus: NCJW’s Anti-Sex Trafficking Initiative, which focuses on raising awareness about sex trafficking of women and children in the US and aims to create important social change through the passage and enforcement of laws.

Interested in learning more about Exodus? Check out NCJW’s Anti-Trafficking Action Kit that includes:

    > Programming ideas to educate and raise awareness
    > Information about laws that are key to helping trafficking survivors
    > A discussion board for you to share your anti-sex trafficking work
    > An image gallery for you to download Exodus graphics

We thank NCJW’s Northern Virginia Section for generously contributing to NCJW’s Anti-Sex Trafficking Initiative.

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