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Support the EACH Woman Act

We support the EACH Woman Act because Judaism teaches us to pursue justice for all. #4EACHofUs #BeBoldEndHyde

NCJW was the first Jewish group to stand with the All*AboveAll coalition in support of the EACH Woman Act and we are pleased to take a leading role in promoting the Jewish groups who bolster the outspoken support of the faith-based community.

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Gender Equality in Israel

Listen to our special Israel update call “Inside the Knesset’s Social Justice Agenda: Opportunities and Challenges for Women” featuring feminist Member of Knesset Rachel Azaria. MK Azaria discussed the current state of the Knesset, what that could mean for gender equality in Israel this year, and Israeli feminism.

Read NCJW Israel Office Director Shari Eshet's blog on the Forward about religious courts and their consequences for women in Israel.

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Washington Institute 2016 | March 13-15
Elections 2016: What’s at Stake for Women?

Don’t miss NCJW’s premier public policy event with in-depth issue briefings from political leaders and policymakers along with specialized advocacy skills trainings to help you educate yourselves and your communities on the issues that matter. More information here.

The Disgraceful State of Judicial Nominations

As a country that presents itself as a leader among nations when it comes to rule of law, the corruption of the process of selecting judges in a partisan manner ought to be an international embarrassment. And the only way that embarrassment will motivate change is if American voters organize to call on their senators to end the charade. If not, the damage to our system of justice and, more importantly, to those individuals depending on it, will only intensify.

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Courts Matter: Previewing the 2015-2016 Supreme Court Term with Lyle Denniston

They're back!! The Supreme Court will be back in session the first Monday in October. Listen to our call with SCOTUSblog's Lyle Denniston by clicking below.

Courts Matter: Previewing the 2015-2016 Supreme Court Term with Lyle Denniston by Ncjw on Mixcloud

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