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The Voice of Women Party

A Different kind of Leadership

Finally, there is someone to vote for!A female-led party leading different politics.

The Voice of Women is a political party of women representing Israel's social mosaic. The party is contesting the Knesset elections in March 2020 to lead to gender equality in a wide range of issues; equal representation for women in decision-making centers and other leadership in all areas of government activity.

The Voice of Women is committed to values ​​of equality, integrity, responsibility, democracy, humanity, creativity, hope, and compassion. We believe that these values ​​are the basis for a healthy and prosperous society.

In our vision, we are a country where ALL citizens are seen and heard and represented in decision-making processes.

The Voice of Women’s Party is committed to attending women’s leadership and promoting gender issues. These include equal representation, equal pay, birthright education, and an unrelenting fight against violence against women.

In the meantime, the party will work to bring women's knowledge and experience to all the issues at stake: health, economics, education, welfare, transport, domestic security and of course security and striving for peace.

In our view, the leadership of women from different communities in the country will bring about creative, smart, and human solutions to a wide range of important issues, thus leading to the improvement of the lives of all citizens of the State of Israel.

Our platform is based on values ​​that consider gender equality and women's leadership as the basis for the existence of the State of Israel, in all areas at stake.

Gender equality and the commitment to human values, compassion, integrity, hope, and creativity are a conceptual foundation for our approach to all issues at stake in Israeli society.

The women's voice will work:

  • To eradicate violence against women – eradicate violence, sexual harassment, sexual violence, and murder of women.

  • Salary Equalization – Outlining a Political Line for Salary Equality in the Public and Private Sector, Investing in Encouraging Parents to Get Out of Work, Establishing Legal Protections for Women and More.

  • Education – To build a gender equality program that will enter the education system from preschool to general. Encouraging new perceptions on gender – technologies and sciences, gender and sports, gender and arts and more; Supervised education from birth.

  • For Diverse Equal Representation – Expanding the Equal Representation Act which includes, among other things, public directors, the political space includes preventing party funding from those who have not implemented the law.

  • For exclusion prevention – exclusion prevention, intentional or unintentional – that harms women and leads to discrimination.

  • Health – to promote the health of women, children and disadvantaged populations. Ensuring that the health system reform is at the top of the government agenda.

  • Economy – An economic policy based on equal opportunities, compassion for disadvantaged populations and principles of integrity and transparency.

  • Security and peace – to lead hope, creativity and humanity to conflict solutions.

  • Weakened populations – Concern for the needs and accessibility of educated populations including the elderly, Holocaust survivors, those with special needs, patients, those living in poverty, and more.

    We lead a different leadership! Join us!

FAQ:

Why a women's party?

The State of Affairs in the State of Israel in 2020 shows that women are the most disadvantaged in Israeli society. In the global ranking of gender equality, Israel is ranked 64th. Within a year, we were down 18 places and the trend was clear.

So far, in the history of Israeli politics, there have been 2,640 Knesset members, of whom only 138 were women, in the Twentieth Knesset there were 37 women, and recently (the 22nd) there were only 28 Knesset members.

There wasn't even one woman around the failed coalition negotiating tables in the two previous election campaigns.

Women leadership has proven itself in places like New Zealand, Finland, and Rwanda – but modern Israel has not yet arrived. The lack of women around the decision-making table creates a situation where over 50% of the population has no representation. Lack of female voice is an absurd condition that creates a lack of creative, human, and diverse approaches to a wide range of issues pertaining to the everyday life of many communities in the country.

Are you a left or right party?

We are neither right nor left but something else.
We believe that left-right discourse has split Israeli society. We will lead a different discourse in which we will shatter these paradigms. The concept is: a unifying rabbi between us on the party. We believe that despite our differences, we are able to find solutions to conflict based on shared values. Studies show that the more women around the table, the more likely they are to reach a peace agreement, as well as the chance that the peace agreement will last.
The first step to any approach to conflict is this: the presence of women around the table.
This is the approach that we will advance and so we will work on issues of religion and state.

Why now?

We see the political situation in the State of Israel today as an emergency. The country is in a crisis of lack of leadership, a threat to democracy, and a sense of instability and despair among the people. That is why there is an immediate need for a women's party around the decision-makers' table.
A party that will work with integrity, transparency, cooperation, compassion, dialogue, while respecting the institutions of government. Leadership that is not ego-based but one that sees the totality of the image and works for the common good. We must not wait another minute.
The State of Israel is our home, now women's time.

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