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Public Policy Center

The ITIM Public Policy Center promotes policy reform in State-administered matters of Jewish life. Staff monitor public policies and procedures, expose discriminatory practices, participate in Knesset hearings, prepare position papers, improve government transparency and accountability, and offer public education programs. The Center has brought attention and change to central issues of Jewish identity and Jewish life, including the government’s recognition of citizens’ official Jewish status, its acceptance of the authority of non-Israeli rabbis, gender equality in marriage procedures, ritual bath practices, burial rights, and more.

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