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Justice in Israel

How much is left after rent?

No Comments 05 February 2017

At Rabbis for Human Rights’ socio-economic rights center in Hadera, Rabbi Idit Lev sat with two different men. Continue Reading

Justice in Israel, Occupied Territories

Unbelievable! Driver’s Licenses of those who drive for a living revoked due to debts

1 Comment 29 December 2016

According to estimates, hundreds of driver’s licenses are frozen each year by the Bailiff’s Office. For many Israelis, this immediately results in their inability to earn money and pay off the debt they owe.

In a story published in Haaretz on this issue, journalist Lee Yaron interviewed Rabbis for Human Rights’ staff Rabbi Idit Lev and Rabbi Sigal Asher in response to information we acquired at our Rights Center in Hadera, where we provide assistance to economically vulnerable Israelis.

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November 2016 London Discussions with Rabbi Idit Lev

1 Comment 23 November 2016

Friends in London – do not miss this opportunity to learn about human rights, Judaism, and the struggle for economic justice in Israelwith Rabbi Idit Lev of Rabbis for Human Rights!

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Justice in Israel

The right of single parents to attend university & receive guaranteed minimum income

No Comments 09 November 2016

 The Knesset has enacted a law allowing single parents to pursue academic studies while receiving a guaranteed income, but government regulations are preventing the realization of this right. Continue Reading

Justice in Israel

Difficulties recouping bail hurts the nation’s weakest

No Comments 29 August 2016

An article in Haaretz was published on August 29th in response to a “Freedom of Information Act” request filed by Rabbis for Human Rights coupled with months of assistance trying to recoup the cost of bail for a struggling Ethiopian family.

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Justice in Israel

Response to passing of Law for the Government Authority for Urban Renewal

No Comments 09 August 2016

Achievements in the field of urban renewal are clear with the passing of a new law in early August 2016 establishing a government body for urban renewal.
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Justice in Israel

Position paper: The Insolvency Law will work against Israelis Living in Poverty

No Comments 26 June 2016

The Insolvency Law will work against those living in poverty while providing preferrential treatment for the more established class

Rabbi Idit Lev at the Knesset's Constitution, Law and Justice Commitee meeting regarding a new law on debt repayment, June 21 2016

Rabbi Idit Lev at the Knesset’s Constitution, Law and Justice Commitee meeting regarding a new law on debt repayment, June 21 2016

Rabbis for Human Right’s position paper: A new law regarding the collection of debts  will reinforce the strengthening of the wealthy class and the weakening of the disadvantaged. As a result of the law,  small debt owners will be channeled to traditional debt collection, known for being quite strict, while larger debt owners will be channeled to a debt collection system with a focus on debt rehabilitation. The position paper has been sent to the Knesset Constitution, Law and Justice Committee.

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Justice in Israel

Exciting Developments at the inauguration of the new Rights Center in Hadera

No Comments 08 June 2016

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By Rabbi Idit Lev

Earlier this week we celebrated the opening of the new location of RHR’s Hadera Rights Center  together with activists, members, staff and partners of RHR  partners. Continue Reading

Justice in Israel

The Credit Database: Why we should all be concerned

No Comments 10 April 2016

Most of the Israeli Public isn’t aware of it yet, but in another two years they will awake to an economic reality different from that to which they are accustomed today. Rabbi Idit Lev explains the dangers entailed in the credit database that was recently ratified in the Knesset Economic Committee. Continue Reading

Justice in Israel, Press Releases

Amendments to Public Housing Transparency Bill passed in huge win for tenants

1 Comment 31 March 2016

PRESS RELEASE | MARCH 30 2016

The Amendments to the Public Housing Transparency Bill passed, the Forum for Public Housing celebrates an end of abuse and harassment of public housing tenants 

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