ICJW’S FREE ONLINE LEARNING COURSES
You are invited to participate in ICJW’s seven online Jewish learning programs offered on this website:
New Bea Zucker Online Social Justice Course– Rabbi Dr. Meesh Hammer-Kossoy explains Torah ideas based on ICJW’s policy and programming priorities. Presenting Jewish feminist responses to the refugee crisis, prostitution and human trafficking, and sexual harassment.
The ICJW Bea Zucker Online Bible Study Program examines each of the 54 Parshiot of The Five Books of Moses from a feminist perspective, with worksheets (in English and Spanish) by Dr. Bonna Devora Haberman z”l.
Meditations on Jewish Characters by Prof. Zehavit Gross, Vice Chair of the ICJW Jewish Education Committee and Chairholder, UNESCO Chair for Values Education, Tolerance & Peace & the Sal Van Gelder Center for Holocaust Research& Instruction, School of Education, Bar Ilan University, Israel.
The course on Biblical Women presents analysis of the lives of 10 women from the Old Testament in English, Russian and Spanish,
The Jewish Festivals course presents a women’s perspective on the celebration of Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, the High Holiday Prayers, Purim, Pesach and Shavuot.
Our Women’s Life Cycle Events course presents a sourced analysis of the different stages of women’s lives from a Jewish perspective, including growing up, marriage, pregnancy and elderhood.
The Bea Zucker Calendar Study Series, which presents feminist inspiration for living on the Jewish cycle in both English and Spanish, by Dr. Bonna Devora Haberman z”l and Rabbi Dr. Meesh Hammer-Kossoy.
Food for Jewish Thought – Jewish Sources Underlying ICJW’s Policy Priorities – occasional source sheets based on ICJW’s policy priorities, prepared by Rina Cohen, ICJW Chair of Jewish Education.