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ICJW represents Jewish women from all walks of life in many important international forums and is strategically positioned to confront and respond to the concerns of the Jewish community and women in general.

Believing that women's rights are human rights, ICJW lobbies for an end to discrimination against women in all spheres of life. In its battle against intolerance, ICJW campaigns alongside people of goodwill to combat racism, anti-Semitism and all forms of religious discrimination. In the spirit of Tikkun Olam – repairing the world – our independent affiliates and their regional divisions choose their own action priorities. 

Our affiliates and members in 35 countries are involved in a wide range of volunteer activities, offering care services for needy populations, promoting grassroots social welfare projects, providing leadership training for communal activists, and advocating on issues of local and national concern. 



The historical archives of ICJW are kept at the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People in Jerusalem, and their catalog can be accessed online here,