Resources from the Task Force on the Experience of Women in the Rabbinate February 2021 Summit
- Gender Equity Checklist
- Gender Equity Map
- Guidelines for Critical Conversations on Gender Awareness and Equity
- Understanding Gender Language
- 10 Things You Can Do To Support Women in the Rabbinate
CCAR Code of Ethics
As rabbis, we are expected to abide by the highest moral values of our Jewish tradition: personal conscience and professional integrity, honorable social relationships, and the virtues of family life. As teachers and role models, we are called upon to exemplify the ideals we proclaim. Should we fail, we need to do t’shuvah, ask forgiveness, avoid repetition, and make restitution whenever possible. Therefore, in keeping with the high traditions of the rabbinate, the Central Conference of American Rabbis established the Code of Ethics.
CCAR Compensation and Benefit Studies
CCAR is pleased to make these studies available to its members. Please note that these reports are based upon RPB data.
Symposium on Pay Equity
The Fall 2018 edition of The CCAR Journal: The Reform Jewish Quarterly focuses on pay equity within the Reform Movement. The full Journal symposium is offered here to help the community with education and engagement around this important issue.
The Women’s Rabbinic Network is an organization for all rabbis who are members of the CCAR who identify as women. The WRN functions as a supportive space to deal with issues specific to women rabbis.
The Safety, Respect, Equity Coalition is a Jewish coalition to address sexual harassment and gender discrimination. The CCAR Task Force on the Experience of Women in the Rabbinate is grateful to be one of their SRE grant recipients.
The Reform Pay Equity Initiative works towards identifying and solving the pay disparity between women and men in the Reform Movement. Reform Pay Equity Initiative, in collaboration with CCAR and with generous support from Jewish Women’s Foundation of New York, are pleased to present the following study guides to be used with these essays: