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
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: email@example.com, 02-6482757.
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.
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