Tikkun Olam

Source Sheet

This text study, created by AJWS staff for Global Hunger Shabbat, uses both Jewish and secular texts to answer questions of our moral imperative to address global hunger.
How do Jewish sourceview our responsibility towards others?
What is tikkun olam? How does Judaism expect us to act in relation to the rest of the world? How is this connected to our Torah study?
A look at key principles that motivate Jewish activism on human rights
Part four of five text and discussion sheets included within the Jewish Guide to Fairtrade - which can be found in full here.
Part one of five text and discussion sheets included within the Jewish Guide to Fairtrade - which can be found in full here - http://www.biggreenjewish.org/documents/synagogues/a-jewish-guide-to-fairtrade.pdf
Part two of five text and discussion sheets included within the Jewish Guide to Fairtrade
How do Jewish texts instruct us to treat those with disabilities?
Texts on fair base wages and the universal responsibility to provide for one another
A chaburah given for Parshat Lech Lecha about Avraham's process of finding G-d and how it relates to our view of the world.
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