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JWW Intern Gabby Blum is One Cool Kid!

One of the great pleasures of my job is that I get to work with so many incredible people.  Through the Walk to End Genocide in each of its locations, to our advocacy events, fundraisers and speaking engagements, I have come to know hundreds of activists

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World Humanitarian Day – Action is Needed in Syria

On World Humanitarian Day, I find myself extremely frustrated with number of seemingly endless atrocities happening around the world. Conflicts are killing individuals, destroying communities, and displacing millions. On a day that marks those who seek to

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Another Kind of ‘Dream Team’ – #TeamRefugees

In the midst of the world’s greatest sporting event is a small group of competitors representing history’s greatest refugee crisis. For the first time ever in Olympic competition a Refugee Olympic Team is marching and competing under the Olympic banne

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DRC Continues to Silence Human Rights Monitors

Jewish World Watch is deeply concerned by the latest attempt of President Joseph Kabila to silence any objective research and reporting by human rights defenders. Today, Human Rights Watch (HRW) announced that Ida Sawyer, a Senior Researcher for HRW bas

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Donations Matched During the Month of August!

A generous donor, who believes in our work and the importance of our mission, has agreed to match your summer gift, doubling your impact if you donate before August 31st. With your support, we can accomplish a great deal. Your gift of any size can help m