The Israel Women’s Network is a not-profit organization comprised of women who are united in their determination to improve the status of women in Israel, regardless of political affiliation, religious outlook or ethnic origin. Established in 1984, it was the first organization in Israel dedicated to promoting women’s rights and equality. Since its beginnings, it has Continue Reading »
ImaKadima is a non profit organization that addresses the inherent need for practical solutions for career-minded moms on a micro level and advocates implementation of mutually beneficial, family friendly work policies on a macro level.
Established in 2004, the Center for Women’s Justice (CWJ) is a recognized leader in the struggle to end injustices perpetrated against women in the name of religion. In Israel, where there are two government-funded court systems—civil and rabbinic—only rabbinic courts can decide matters concerning marriage and divorce. Our pioneering legal solutions address the problems that occur when policies and Continue Reading »
The Golda Meir Mount Carmel International Training Center(MCTC) was established in 1961 to assist in the training of women engaged in community work in the newly emerging states in Africa and Asia. Since the establishment of MCTC, some 19,000 participants from over 150 countries in Asia, Africa, Europe, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, Middle Continue Reading »