women of israel

The battle over Israel's abortion laws explained

Possible overturning of landmark US case Roe vs Wade shines spotlight on abortion rights across the world

  Abuse (illustrative)

Anti-domestic violence play canceled for 'violating' Islamic tradition

Jatt Mayor Khaled Jarrah argued that the show essentially calls for a rebellion against the traditional family roles and violates Islamic law.

How do you improve female representation in the hi-tech industry?

A one-on-one interview with high-tech veteran Tami Mazel Shachar on the metaverse and how to improve female representation in the industry

32-year-old-woman murdered in Mughar village in the Galilee

A 32-year-old woman was murdered on the day that people across Israel participated in a slew of events marking the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.

A vendor sells #MeToo badges a protest march for survivors of sexual assault and their supporters

Women’s empowerment community launches ‘Extreme Start-Over’

The first initiative of the project will assist a mother of six children who is currently navigating a difficult divorce.

62% of people feel National Service volunteers are undervalued - poll

Volunteers of National Civil Service – 'Sherut Leumi' in Hebrew – are between the ages of 18 and 21 and typically work 30–40 hours per week for 12 to 24 months.

United Hatzalah holds training drill for Jewish, Muslim women

MK May Golan: 'I am proud to see Israeli women from all over the country uniting to save lives.'

Stern scandal: Israel must address sexual assault complaints - analysis

Elazar Stern's admission that he shredded complaints showed Israel has a broken system that doesn't enable victims of sex offenses to file reports.


How far have women’s legal rights progressed in the region?

It would be naïve to suggest that Israel has reached its full potential in creating a society whereby women are equal to men, however, it is far ahead of other countries in the region.


Women in Israel's key decision-making posts: Not just numbers - opinion

While the Bennett government is a harbinger of change, when it comes to national security and foreign policy, much remains to be done.

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