She highlighted both women’s commitment to Israel.
Sigal Bar On talks about her experience running her family’s business while balancing a healthy home and business life.
In the upcoming Israeli election, the religious freedom of women will be on the ballot.
Interviewing novelist Jennifer Weiner, Batya Ungar-Sargon investigates why the literary industry resists books that speak to a female audience.
“It’s a job that[’s]… fitting for someone who looks positively towards the future, towards new love…and the best in every scenario.”
Varda Gil’s work in several projects, particularly the Adis Playback Theater Group, helps bring Israeli women of different backgrounds together.
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This past year, we haven’t shied away from publishing essential stories on Jewish women’s issues.
Rana Jarbon is an Israeli lawyer helping the women and workers of her small village gain equal rights.
‘On election night, in the past, everything was for men. This year, after Aliza won, the whole city center was dancing in circles.’