WIZO in the press


WIZO in the press

Battered women in Israel suffer a double blow: the first time by abusive men who believe they can behave cruelly to women without paying the price, and the second by long-standing national policies

They escaped from hell just in time. Twelve abused women find comfort and safety in a WIZO battered women’s shelter. "He was ready to kill me. It's not fair that I'm the victim and I should hide and he's out there free."  Israel’s leading daily newspaper, Yedioth Ahronot's presents a special report in advance of The International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women: Read more

Mor was invited by the US administration as the leader of one of the largest Zionist organizations in the world and by virtue of WIZO's representation at the UN, as an advisory organization to ECOSOC

Tamara Doron and Orna Shimon, a pair of WIZO Hadassim Youth Village graduates who now work at Hadassim as educators, share their stories with Yediot Netanya

In her Grapevine column in the Jerusalem Post, Greer Fay Cashman reports on World WIZO President Esther Mor being honored by Eshet Lapidot

A proud WIZOuk chavera for many years, Phyllis Lader turns 100 this week, just as WIZO celebrates its 100th birthday. The Jerusalem Post's Greer Fay Cashman reports on this inspiring WIZO centenarian

World WIZO Chairperson Anita Friedman interviewed by i24 news, Israel English Radio News, and South Africa's ChaiFM on 100 years of WIZO

World WIZO Chairperson Anita Friedman talks to Israel's i24 news about WIZO's work over the last 100 years - and going forward.

Policewoman Limor Rahamimov, a graduate of the WIZO Nir Ha'emek Youth Village, made history when she became the first female officer in Israeli police history to complete the prestigious UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) course

Ha'aretz news reports on WIZO's leading role is protecting the rights of worment at work in Israel during the coronavirus crisis, including Immediate unpaid leave for pregnant women