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Global Update – 2/22/18

Jewish World Watch was founded in 2004 as a response to the genocide taking place in Darfur. Today, we continue to mobilize against genocide and mass atrocities through education, advocacy and projects serving survivors of acts of inhumanity aro

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How to Make Every Day a Day of Social Justice

The United Nations has designated Feb. 20 a World Day of Social Justice. Here at Jewish World Watch, we appreciate the recognition of this important type of work, but we also see it as a sad reminder of how much healing the world still needs. Across the g

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Global Update – 2/16/18

Jewish World Watch was founded in 2004 as a response to the genocide taking place in Darfur. Today, we continue to mobilize against genocide and mass atrocities through education, advocacy and projects serving survivors of acts of inhumanity aro

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2018 Walk to End Genocide Early Bird Deadline Extended

Early bird pricing has been extended for the Walk to End Genocide, a project of Jewish World Watch. The community event brings together advocates of all ages and backgrounds in one united voice to say: “We will not stand idly by while genocide and

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Global Update – 2/8/18

Jewish World Watch was founded in 2004 as a response to the genocide taking place in Darfur. Today, we continue to mobilize against genocide and mass atrocities through education, advocacy and projects serving survivors of acts of inhumanity around the