Civil/Human Rights

Offline Source Sheet

This source sheet was prepared by Jocelyn Berger for events sponsored by Pursue: Action for a Just World. Comments or questions, please contact Jocelyn at jocemberg@gmail.com
This excerpt from the Keshet Facilitator Training Manual is designed to give participants a sense of the "conversation" about gender that has been happening in our texts and community over the last 2000 years. It invites them to enter into the conversation and make these texts meaningful and relevant to our lives today. The selection of texts presents a variety of perspectives on gender as a category and gender diversity over the evolution of Jewish thought and practice.
Rabbi Mark Dratch, for www.jsafe.org
This pack contains activities and resources relating human rights to Jewish texts. Learning about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 10 commandments.
This pack contains activities and resources relating human rights to Jewish texts. Learning about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 10 commandments.
This pack contains activities and resources relating human rights to Jewish texts. Learning about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 10 commandments.
This pack contains activities and resources relating human rights to Jewish texts. Learning about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 10 commandments.
This pack contains resources and activities about human rights and our duty as Jews to take responsibility for others.
In the aftermath of natural disaster (in this case the earthquake in Hati), this mekorot sheet with thought questions seeks to determine if there is a specific Jewish religious obligation to provide aid to non-Jews, or if it is merely human ethic mixed with enlightened self interest.
Relating to non-Jews. By Rachel Rosenthal.
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