Inspired by the Jewish commitment to justice, American Jewish World Service works to realize human rights and end poverty in the developing world. Learn More
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Celebration Honoring the 2013-2014 LA Global Justice Fellows Santa Monica, CA
Bites of Jewish Justice: Sunday Brunch and Learning Santa Monica, CA
Books Beyond Borders Traveling Global Justice Book Club Oak Park, IL
Books Beyond Borders Traveling Global Justice Book Club Evanston, IL
Statement by Ruth Messinger on the Passing of Leonard Fein
American Jewish World Service mourns the passing at age 80 of Leonard "Leibel" Fein, an unflagging advocate for social justice.
August 14, 2014Read More
African Leaders Must Make Human Rights A Priority at Historic Meeting
Ruth Messinger urges President Obama and African leaders to ensure that human rights are central to deliberations during first-ever U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit.
August 4, 2014Read More
Ugandan Court Overturns Anti-Homosexuality Law
AJWS congratulates advocates of human rights for LGBT people in Uganda for their victory in persuading Uganda’s constitutional court to overturn the discriminatory law.
August 1, 2014Read More
AJWS supports more than 500 grassroots organizations in Africa, Asia and the Americas that promote the rights of women, girls and LGBT people; rebuild societies torn apart by war and natural disasters; and seek to secure access to food, land and water. In the United States, we mobilize our supporters to advocate for U.S. policies that help create a just and equitable world. We are inspired by Judaism’s commitment to pursue justice and repair the world, and we believe that Jewish history teaches us to respect and fight for the rights of others. Read more or donate.
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