Resolutions on Human Rights

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 human rights.



2020: Resolution on Antisemitism

2020: Resolution on the Prevention of Childhood Abuse and the Support of Survivors of Childhood Abuse

2020: Resolution on the Chinese Genocide of the Uighur Minority

2019: Resolution on Refugees

2018: Resolution on the Rohingya Crisis

2017: Resolution on Anti-Semitism

2016: Resolution on Support for Syrian Refugees

2016: Resolution on American Gun Violence

2016: Resolution on the Burmese Genocidal Treatment of the Rohingya Minority

2011: Resolution in Support of Darfur and South Sudan Independence

2007: Resolution on Support for International Action in Darfur

2006: Resolution on Responding to the Ongoing War in Iraq

2005: Resolution on Responding to the Humanitarian Crisis in the Sudan

2005: Resolution on Freedom, Democracy and the Humane Treatment of Prisoners

2001: Resolution on International Criminal Court