News and Updates

  • CWJ attorney Adiya Shvartz and Generation 1.5's Katya at the Supreme Court

    What would you do if you walked into a rabbinic courtroom expecting divorce proceedings, but walked out with your entire family’s Jewishness revoked? That's what happened to CWJ's client, Anna, and why we're in the midst of a high-profile Supreme Court case.

  • 27/12/2018

    What would you do if you had to choose between your own safety and your economic security? What if breaking your silence cost you hundreds of thousands of shekels?

  • Genesis Awardees

    The Center for Women's Justice is honored and ecstatic to have been awarded the Genesis Prize! This award--known as the "Jewish Nobel Prize"--was granted to CWJ for the inroads we've made revolutionizing women's rights in marriage and divorce in Israel.