Kehilat Ya’ar Ramot, a Masorti synagogue in the Ramot neighborhood of Jerusalem, was the scene of a February 23rd lecture entitled “The Israeli Rabbinate, End of an Era?” by Dr. Susan Weiss, founder and director of the CWJ.
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CWJ director Dr. Susan Weiss was one of four trailblazers tapped by the AJC to write and present a paper for a high-level workshop of Jewish communal leaders on strategies for ending the monopoly of Israel’s chief rabbinate over issues of personal status such as marriage and conversion.
In a 20-stop U.S. tour this winter, CWJ director Dr. Susan Weiss spoke to Jewish women’s organizations and communal groups, with the aim of raising awareness about the broad injustices that stem from the hegemony of the State-funded rabbinate in Israel.
Some 150 family law attorneys learned about CWJ’s pioneering and effective strategy of civil damage claims for get refusal at a conference on family law held by the Tel Aviv Bar Association in Eilat.
The issue of mamzer and how it affects the complexity of divorce in Israel was the focus of CWJ’s fourth seminar...
A new profile in Tablet magazine recognizes CWJ founder and director Susan Weiss as “one woman [who] has changed the playing field...
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For almost 10 years, CWJ’s trailblazing legal preced...
A new and important legal precedent was set by CWJ in August 2013: a family court ruled that a petitioner may bring a da…
On August 5, 2013, The Center for Women’s Justice filed a petition with the Israeli Supreme Court to render judgment on...