Jewish Pluralism Watch is a civic monitoring organization which tracks Israeli elected officials’ positions, statements, bill proposals, and votes regarding issues of religion and state. JPW also runs educational programming promoting civic activism.

The Education and Activism Department of Jewish Pluralism Watch offers a variety of programming in order to promote awareness and civic activism around democracy and religious freedom, whether to high schools, gap years, college students, or touring missions. Our seminars and other educational programs are available to Israeli groups as well as to groups and students visiting Israel from abroad. We can conduct educational programming in Hebrew or in English

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Tzipi Hotovely
Wednesday, 22.1.2020, Minister Ze’ev Elkin, who chairs the Russia Israel intergovernmental committee, signed an adoption agreement with Russia after nearly a decade of negotiations. The agreement does not allow LGBTQ…
Moshe Gafni
Over the weekend, the ultra-Orthodox factions in the Knesset demanded that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu solve the current yeshiva budget crisis. Following this announcement, parties outside the right-wing bloc are…
Yair Lapid
Avigdor Lieberman
Tzipi Hotovely
Sunday, 5.1.2020, PM Netanyahu appointed Deputy Foreign Minister MK Tzipi Hotovely (Likud) to Minister of Diaspora Affairs in the transitional government. For the past 7 years Jewish Pluralism Watch has…
Ayelet Shaked
Avigdor Lieberman
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