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  • Read the ICJW President's Message for International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2015.

  • January 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, commemorating 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz.

  • Men are invited to click on and sign the worldwide HeforShe Commitment.

  • ICJW affiliate #NCJW has been recognized by the #Slingshot1415 Guide as a leading Jewish organization impacting the lives of women & girls.

  • Congratulations to our affiliate in South Africa, the Union of Jewish Women, in its 83rd year, holding its 30th National Conference in Johannesburg in August 2014.

  • Download the Lectures from the 2013 Quadrennial Herczeg Jerusalem Educational Seminar.

  • 2014 ICJW NEWSLETTER!! Click here to download

  • 3 important statements were issued at the ICJW Convention in May 2014 voicing support for Israel, concern for the women of Nigeria, and opposition to trafficking. Read more

  • ICJW is challenging the Palestinian narrative expressed by Dr. Hanan Ashrawi at the United Nations. Read more

  • ICJW representative Sara Winkowski was one of 40 international Jewish leaders introduced to Pope Francis in Rome before Rosh Hashana. Read more

  • ICJW has launched a new online course about feminist inspiration and the Jewish calendar. Click here to find out more

  • ICJW has launched a new campaign new anti-trafficking campaign with Stop the Traffik.

  • All 54 installments of the ICJW Bea Zucker Online Bible Course are now available online here.

  • ICJW is campaigning for Pre-Nuptial Agreements - find out more here from ICAR - the International Campaign for Agunah Rights.

  • The ICJW Bea Zucker Online Bible Study Program was featured in the Happening section of the Winter 2014 issue of Lilith Magazine

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Established in 1912, the International Council of Jewish Women (ICJW) is an umbrella organization representing Jewish women and women's organizations in 34 countries.

In May 2014, Robyn Lenn OAM of Sydney, Australia, became the new President of ICJW. For details click here.

ICJW has consultative status at the United Nations as a non-governmental organization (NGO) with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), and maintains permanent delegations in New York, Geneva, Vienna and Paris. ICJW is also represented at the Council of Europe, the European Women’s Lobby, the International Council of Women, the World Jewish Congress, and many other international and regional organizations.

We invite you to explore this website to read about our activities around the world.