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WHO WE ARE

WIZO Australia, the Women’s International Zionist Organisation, is a non-party international movement dedicated to the welfare of all sectors of Israeli society.

WIZO is recognised by the United Nations as a Non-Government Organisation, with consultative status on ECOSOC and UNICEF.

WIZO enriches the lives of children and youngsters in Day Care Centres and schools, provides a framework for youth in its network of youth clubs and one-on-one assistance for teenage girls in distress and victims of domestic violence. who obtain psychological counselling, rehabilitative care and legal assistance.

“The goal of WIZO is to respond to the challenges that arise in Israeli society – through every stage of life.”

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  • Robyn Lieblich and Estelle Lin
    "A changing of the guard with two new Co- Presidents stepping forward to take WIZO WA into its next era. Robyn Lieblich and Estelle Lin were unanimously elected. Both dynamic women have a love of Israel and are passionate about the work that our International Women’s Organisation is doing in Israel. Interestingly both women are social workers which gives them an even deeper understanding of how WIZO’s work so positively impacts on Israeli life."
  • Keren Loyer – President Matan
    "I started WIZO Matan 9 years ago, as I was looking for a closer connection to Israel, my birth country, and there were no WIZO groups for young mums like me. Our group, has the most committed and passionate members, especially our Executive, who I am proud to call my closest friends. Knowing I have a hand in creating a better future for our projects in Israel is an honour and a mitzvah."