In November 2015, the Center for Women’s Justice (CWJ) filed a petition with Israel’s Supreme Court on behalf of four women who are members of the Original Women of the Wall (OWoW) group.
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16/03/2016Supreme Court Demands State Clarification: How does Robinson’s Arch agreement address CWJ’s complaint?
The Center for Women’s Justice (CWJ) sets two crucial new precedents in a “damages for get refusal” case: (1) a get refuser’s friend, who abetted the withholding of the get, is or
As the State of Israel expands its theocratic arm in so many different areas of life, it threatens all of us – not just converts.
CWJ’s “new” tort was featured at Tahel’s 2nd annual International Conference on Shedding Light on the Darkness of Abuse in December 2015.
02/12/2015Center for Women's Justice petitioned the Supreme Court to prevent discrimination at the Kotel and to void "The directive regarding bringing in Torah scrolls to the Kotel"
On November 29, 2015 the Center for Women's Justice petitioned the Supreme Court on behalf of four women and also filed a civil suit to the Magistrate court in Jerusalem.
For two years, CWJ letters to the Attorney General’s Office have demanded that the Commissioner of the Western Wall include women in the Wall’s public Chanukah candle-lighting ceremonies.
A provocative workshop presented by CWJ director Dr. Susan Weiss at Bar Ilan University broadened participants’ thinking on religion-state issues.