Posted on: Wednesday August 13, 2014
Each year the Rabbinical Assembly passes a number of resolutions on pressing matters impacting the countries and regions where we live, the State of Israel and the future of our shared world. Passing the resolutions allows the RA to take positions on inyanei d’yoma (issues of the day) in a variety of arenas including US domestic policy, and on occasion in other countries, global issues and matters affecting the State of Israel.
Below is a list of resolutions that the RA has passed with regards to matters of civil rights.
2019: Resolution on Voting Rights in the United States of America
2017: Resolution on Immigration to the United States
2017: Resolution on the Inclusion of Emerging Communities in Latin America
2016: Resolution on Racial Injustice and Police Brutality
2014: Resolution on Voting Rights in the United States
2012: Resolution on Prison Conditions and Prisoner Isolation
2011: Resolution on Internet Privacy
2010: Resolution on Civil Discourse
2006: Resolution on Civil Liberties in the United States
2002: Resolution on Civil Liberties
2001: Resolution on Election Reform