JVP writes Scarlett Johansson and human rights group Oxfam America concerning role of Oxfam's "Global Ambassador" in promoting Israeli settlement trade.
Jewish Voice for Peace joins CODEPINK, Adalah-NY, and the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation in responding to Oxfam Ambassador Scarlett Johansson's statement concerning her work on behalf of SodaStream.
Jewish Voice for Peace stands in solidarity with the tens of thousands of African refugees in Israel, who have been
President Obama urged Congress not to pass new Iran sanctions and Jewish Voice for Peace is among 62 organizations that signed a letter this week urging the US Senate not to pass new sanctions.
The New York Times today reported on a letter to the Senate, co-signed by JVP, opposing new sanctions against Iran.
Sixty-two organizations, including JVP, delivered a joint letter to the Senate today urging the Senate to oppose new Iran sanctions.
JVP's Executive Director Rebecca Vilkomerson named one of the 14 Jewish women to watch in 2014.
Hillel chapters have been instructed to reject collaboration with left-leaning Jewish groups but this month Swarthmore Hillel declared themselves the first “Open Hillel” in the nation.
There is a growing backlash against the American Studies Association's decision not to enter into formal collaborations with Israeli academic institutions until Israel ends it human rights violations (you can read JVP's positions on this issue here and
American Studies Association says move is 'in solidarity with scholars and students deprived of academic freedom'
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