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The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates who turn progressive ideals into action. Inspired by Jewish values, NCJW strives for social justice by improving the quality of life for women, children, and families and by safeguarding individual rights and freedoms.

It is inconceivable a UN agency responsible for women’s rights is ignoring the hostages captured and held by Hamas in Gaza and the murder of innocent civilians in Israel

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NCJW, Israel Women’s Network, and 140+ Women’s Organizations Call for Urgent Action – Response to UN Women’s Statement of October 13

We strongly implore UNWomen – and all other human rights agencies – to gravely condemn the
brutal attack and atrocities committed by Hamas to Israeli citizens as well as the abduction of
innocent hostages, to urgently act to protect the special humanitarian rights of women and children,
and to do everything in their power to expose and recognize these atrocious and horrific acts of
violence against women and girls and to bring the release of all hostages immediately.

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NCJW and 110 organizations demand equal access to abortion coverage!

February 17, 2023  Faith-Centered, Values-Based, & Religious Organizations Express Support for the EACH Act Dear Representatives:  The undersigned 111 religious, religiously-affiliated, values-based, and faith-centered organizations and communities represent millions of people of faith and conscience committed to securing universal access to affordable health coverage, including coverage for abortion care. We…

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39 Faith Based Groups Urge Action to Address Public Health Emergency

The Honorable Joseph R. Biden President of the United States The Honorable Xavier Becerra Secretary, United States Department of Health & Human Services August 9, 2022 Dear Mr. President and Mr. Secretary: The undersigned 39 faith-based organizations represent a broad range of religious traditions and faiths. We join concerned lawmakers and…

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