The Jewish Rohingya Justice Network

The Jewish Rohingya Justice Network is the powerful consortium of Jewish NGOs advocating for the rights of the persecuted Rohingya people of Burma. Convened by AJWS, JRJN’s membership includes 30 organizations and all four major branches of American Judaism that together encompass the support of millions of American Jews—all standing together against genocide.

Inspired by the Jewish commitment to justice, the Jewish Rohingya Justice Network (JRJN) works to promote a robust U.S. and international response to the Rohingya genocide through education of our communities and advocacy in Washington, DC.

Jewish Rohingya Justice Network Members:

  1. American Jewish Committee
  2. American Jewish World Service
  3. Anti-Defamation League
  4. Association of Rabbis and Cantors
  5. The Board of Rabbis of Greater Rhode Island
  6. Cantors Assembly
  7. Central Conference of American Rabbis
  8. HIAS
  9. Jewish Community Relations Council of Atlanta
  10. Jewish Community Relations Council/American Jewish Committee – Detroit
  11. Jewish Community Relations Council of Indianapolis
  12. Jewish Community Relations Council of New York
  13. Jewish Council for Public Affairs
  14. Jewish Labor Committee
  15. Jewish World Watch
  16. Mitzvah Matzos
  17. Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education
  18. The Orthodox Union
  19. Rabbinical Assembly
  20. Reconstructing Judaism
  21. Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association
  22. Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
  23. Torat Chayim
  24. T’ruah
  25. The Union for Reform Judaism


  1. Foundation for Ethnic Understanding
  2. Hebrew College
  3. The Muslim-Jewish Solidarity Committee
  4. The New York Board of Rabbis
  5. Never Again Coalition
  6. The Shalom Center
  7. Uri L’Tzedek

Interested in joining the Jewish Rohingya Justice Network? Email Hannah Weilbacher at