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WIZO in the press

Haggai Ben-Avraham was a troubled and violent youth who bounced around from one institution to another - until he was finally given a chance. Today he is achieving great results as prinicipal at WIZO's Nachalat Yehuda Youth Village. Yisrael Hayom, Israel's most widely read daily newspaper, shares his story.

Ahead of International Women’s Day, WIZO released its annual ranking of the most sexist commercials in Israel of the last year - and decade

Greer Fay Cashman's Grapevine column in the Jerusalem Post covers the people making news in Israel's social circles

Recent graduates of the Anières Elite Academy at the CHW Nahalal Youth Village, a program for exceptional high school students who learn science, technology, engineering and math and continue their studies at the Technion, share with The Jewish Press how the program impacted their lives 

Irish Jewish Community, the source for all things Jewish in Ireland, reported on the WIZO Ireland delegation's participation in the 2019 MOR in Israel

WIZO in the News

January 23, 2019

From protesting violence against woment in Israel to celebrating the academic achievements of WIZO Youth, WIZO is not only in the news, WIZO makes news!

During the 2019 WIZO Meeting of Representatives (MOR), Israel's Channel 20 news sat down with several of WIZO's global leaders to discuss violence towards women in Israel and other burning issues.

The following is an excerpt from Greef Fay Cashman's Jerusalem Post Grapevine column on the 2019 WIZO Meeting of Representatives (MOR).

In advance of the 2019 Meeting of Representatives (MOR), four international WIZO federation presidents were interviewed for an article in the Jerusalem Post Magazine and discussed such burning issues as Israel-Diaspora relations and the future of Jewish communities in the Diaspora.

Following the recent protests against the murder of women by their partners, men are starting to seek help. Over the last three weeks, 150 men called WIZO’s helpline for men seeking to free themselves from the cycle of domestic violence, a great increase compared to the monthly average of 45