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News, Press Releases, and Calls to Action to the JCRC work related to the Jewish Rohingya Justice Network.

HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS CALL ON U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT TO PROTECT HUMAN RIGHTS IN MYANMAR (BURMA) IN THE FACE OF COVID-19

HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS CALL ON U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT TO PROTECT HUMAN RIGHTS IN MYANMAR (BURMA) IN THE FACE OF COVID-19 Wednesday, May 13, 2020 64 U.S. organizations say Myanmar’s government and military must protect vulnerable communities Today, 64 organizations sent a joint letter to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to demand that Myanmar (Burma) make a priority of promoting human rights as COVID-19 spreads. Rori Kramer, Director of U.S. Advocacy at American

HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS CALL ON U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT TO PROTECT HUMAN RIGHTS IN MYANMAR (BURMA) IN THE FACE OF COVID-192020-09-24T18:00:48-04:00

MORE THAN 500 JEWISH CLERGY AND 50 ORGANIZATIONS CALL ON THE U.S. SENATE FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE TO PURSUE JUSTICE IN RESPONSE TO THE ROHINGYA GENOCIDE

Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) and the Jewish Rohingya Justice Network* demand that the U.S. support the Rohingya people Today, 52 Jewish organizations and over 500 Jewish clergy from 40 states joined to send a letter to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee demanding action to stop the Rohingya genocide. Hannah Weilbacher, Program Officer for Jewish Advocacy and Engagement for American Jewish World Service (AJWS), the leading global Jewish human rights organization, issued the

MORE THAN 500 JEWISH CLERGY AND 50 ORGANIZATIONS CALL ON THE U.S. SENATE FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE TO PURSUE JUSTICE IN RESPONSE TO THE ROHINGYA GENOCIDE2020-01-22T15:17:31-05:00

JEWISH ROHINGYA JUSTICE NETWORK CONDEMNS FORCED RELOCATION OF ROHINGYA PEOPLE

Jewish Rohingya Justice Network Condemns Forced Relocation of Rohingya People  Friday, November 1, 2019 The Jewish Rohingya Justice Network (JRJN) is committed to ending the ongoing genocide of the Rohingya people. We stand strongly with the Rohingya people who have fled the genocide against them in Burma to Bangladesh, where they continue to face restrictions on their livelihoods, movement, and access to healthcare and education. In light of the recent news that a group of approximately 3,000

JEWISH ROHINGYA JUSTICE NETWORK CONDEMNS FORCED RELOCATION OF ROHINGYA PEOPLE2020-09-24T18:00:59-04:00

Indianapolis JCRC Joins a National Network To End the Rohingya Genocide

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Thursday, October 17, 2019 Indianapolis JCRC Joins a National Network To End the Rohingya Genocide   INDIANAPOLIS, IN: The Indianapolis Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) is announcing it has joined the Jewish Rohingya Justice Network (JRJN)*. Inspired by the Jewish commitment to pursue justice, the Jewish Rohingya Justice Network works to promote a robust U.S. and international response to the Rohingya genocide. Convened by the American Jewish World Service (AJWS),

Indianapolis JCRC Joins a National Network To End the Rohingya Genocide2020-09-24T18:01:01-04:00

600 JEWISH CLERGY CALL ON U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT TO PURSUE JUSTICE FOR THE ROHINGYA GENOCIDE

AJWS and the Jewish Rohingya Justice Network* demand the U.S. hold Burmese military leaders accountable Today, nearly 600 clergy from 38 states joined together to send a letter to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about the Rohingya genocide. Hannah Weilbacher, Program Officer for Jewish Advocacy and Engagement for American Jewish World Service (AJWS), the leading global Jewish human rights organization, issued the following statement: “American Jewish World Service and the Jewish Rohingya

600 JEWISH CLERGY CALL ON U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT TO PURSUE JUSTICE FOR THE ROHINGYA GENOCIDE2020-09-24T18:01:02-04:00

20 JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS URGE UNDER SECRETARY OF TREASURY TO IMPOSE TARGETED SANCTIONS AGAINST BURMESE MILITARY

AJWS and the Jewish Rohingya Justice Network* call for swift action by the Department of Treasury to hold Burmese military accountable 20 Jewish organizational leaders, representing the Jewish Rohingya Justice Network, called on Under Secretary of the Treasury Sigal Mandelker to pursue justice and accountability for the Rohingya people and all ethnic minorities in Burma. Rori Kramer, Director of Government Affairs for American Jewish World Service (AJWS), the leading global Jewish human rights

20 JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS URGE UNDER SECRETARY OF TREASURY TO IMPOSE TARGETED SANCTIONS AGAINST BURMESE MILITARY2020-09-24T18:01:02-04:00

JEWISH ROHINGYA JUSTICE NETWORK STATEMENT ON THE GENOCIDE OF THE ROHINGYA

The American Jewish community stands united against the genocide of the Rohingya people and the persecution of all ethnic minorities in Burma. Inspired by the Jewish commitment to justice, the Jewish Rohingya Justice Network (JRJN)* works to promote a robust U.S. and international response to the Rohingya genocide. Convened by American Jewish World Service (AJWS), we are the coalition of 19 American Jewish organizations that together encompass the support of millions of American

JEWISH ROHINGYA JUSTICE NETWORK STATEMENT ON THE GENOCIDE OF THE ROHINGYA2020-09-24T18:01:03-04:00
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