Justice in Israel, Refugees rights - UNHCR

Course for volunteers with the Hotline for Refugees and Migrants

No Comments 06 January 2016

The The Hotline for Refugees and Migrants is running a course for volunteers this January-February. Space is limited. There will be seven 3.5 hour sessions. Those accepted into the course will commit to volunteering once a week for  four hour shift for at least one year. Volunteer work can include intake, translating from various languages, public relations work, education, and tours. Note: The course will be in Hebrew. Continue Reading

Education, Justice in Israel-Negev Bedouin

The road to Hura, Umm al Hiran & more: Pre-military students visit the Bedouin of the Negev

No Comments 08 December 2015

Rabbi Nava Hefetz, Director of Education at Rabbis for Human Rights, brings the pre-military students of the Hanaton Academy on a fascinating tour of the Negev
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Education

The opening of RHR’s educational work for this year

No Comments 29 November 2015

Rabbi Nava Hefetz, Educational Director of RHR, reports on the opening of this year’s educational work:

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Education, General

November 18th: 2nd “Engaging in Creative Activism” Workshop

No Comments 15 November 2015

RHR is very pleased to announce that Noga Shragai, our Israeli National Service volunteer,  will be directing a series of trainings on creative activism. The second training will be November 18th.

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Education, ICCI, Occupied Territories

Healing and interfaith prayers for victims of violence & all human beings

No Comments 21 September 2015

On Sunday, September 20 2015, Rabbis for Human Rights held an interfaith prayer and study session during the 10 Days of Repentance leading up to Yom Kippur. Below please find the prayers we used, and feel free to use them yourself. Continue Reading

Education, ICCI, Occupied Territories

RHR holds interfaith study & prayer during the 10 Days of Repentance

No Comments 21 September 2015

On Sunday, September 20th Rabbis for Human Rights in cooperation with its interreligious and education departments held a special interfaith event at the Sheba Tel Hashomer hospital.
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Education, ICCI, العربية

September 20th: Interfaith Study and Prayer for Aseret Yamei T’Shuvah

No Comments 17 September 2015

 

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Download the PDF file .

Teaching will be Rabbi Gilad Kariv, Sheikh, Sheikh Ghassan Manasra and Bishop William Shomali, Patriarch of Jerusalem.

Leading us in prayers of healing for Ahmed Dawabshe, all of the vicitims of violence in our society and for our society itself will be Rabbi David Rosen, Father Daniel Aqleh, and Imam Ahmed Yunes.

The evening will be facilitated by Leah Shakdiel, and with the participation members of the family of Ahmed Dawabshe, who is still hospitilized at Sheba.

The event will be held at the Sheba Tel HaShomer Hospital – at the center for Simulated Medicine (MSR) in the Ziprkowski Auditorium building next to the Soreski Building. Click here for a map and directions in English.

FACEBOOK EVENT

IN RESPONSE TO THE REQUESTS WE HAVE RECEIVED FOR TRANSPORTATION FROM JERUSALEM, WE ARE ASKING ALL THOSE WHO WOULD BE INTERESTED IN A BUS LEAVING THE LIBERTY BELL PARKING LOT AT 15:45 TO CONTACT THE RHR OFFICE ASAP, AND BY 10:00 ON SUNDAY AT THE VERY LATEST: info@rhr.israel.net, 02-6482757.

FOR THOSE OF YOU NOT IN ISRAEL: We call upon the public to teach and discuss RHR’s ready lesson on this topic during Aseret Yamei T’shuva in synagogues, community centers, home gatherings and/or any other appropriate forum. Please send pictures and reports to ravarik@rhr.israel.net.

General, Refugees rights - UNHCR

What Europe can teach us about T’Shuvah: Rosh Hashanah Thoughts for 5776

No Comments 11 September 2015

WHAT EUROPE CAN TEACH US ABOUT T’SHUVAH
ROSH HASHANNAH THOUGHTS FOR 5776
RABBI ARIK ASCHERMAN
PRESIDENT AND SENIOR RABBI OF RABBIS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS Continue Reading

Refugees rights - UNHCR

WATCH: Rabbi Arik Ascherman interviewed on refugees in Israel

No Comments 08 September 2015

President and Senior Rabbi of Rabbis for Human Rights was interviewed on IBA English news concerning Israel’s treatment of refugees. Rabbi Ascherman can be seen from minutes 14:45-17:50. Click here to view.

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Education

Call to teach RHR lesson plan on hatred of the other during Aseret Yamei T’Shuvah

No Comments 08 September 2015

In the days heading up to Yom Kippur, RHR calls on our friends and supporters both in Israel and abroad to join us in soul searching through learning and reflecting on racism, Judaism, and human rights. After the events of this summer, it could not be more important. Those of you abroad, we call on you to teach the lesson we have included below, and those of you in Israel, we call on you to join us for a teaching on September 20th.  Continue Reading

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