WIZO in the press

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WIZO in the press

A new survey conducted by WIZO presents data on social involvement in Israel. The organization is leading a new campaign to recruit tens of thousands of graduates of WIZO's educational institutions to a new volunteer Graduate Association that will work for the community

Singer Gali Atari, former IDF Chief of Staff Shaul Mofaz, actress Gila Almagor, MK Shelly Yachimovich and TV host Tzufit Grant were all educated in WIZO boarding schools. On the occasion of the establishment of a new WIZO Graduates Association they shared their personal stories in Yedioth Ahronoth

“I call on the government to implement the plan that declares war on violence against women!" Lazovsky declared in her address to the Maariv newspaper's Leaders Conference

Citing a WIZO official, Ynet New reports: "200,000 families—half a million children and 400,000 men and women—are trapped in the cycle of violence."

Hundreds of WIZO school and youth village alumni gathered at WIZO's Hadassim Youth Village on October 10th for the historic official launch of WIZO's Graduate Association, the Jerusalem Post reports

The in-depth interview with World WIZO Chairperson Prof. Rivka Lazovsky covers the vastness and impact of WIZO's life-changing work

"We give them - children, youth, and women -  the best future they can dream of," she told i24 news in an exclusive interview descirbing all that WIZO provides

The Jerusalem Post reports on WIZO UK's 100th birthday celebrations, which included a the appointment of Ronit Ribak-Madari as their new Chairperson, the first Israeli native to hold the position

The Jerusalem Post reports on WIZO’s first-ever Glass Ceiling Index, which gathered data on women’s achievements and gender inequalities across a number of fields

A special article honoring WIZO's Wonder Woman In honor of Family Day (Yom HaMishpacha) in Israel