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Naomi Rachel Granot

Criminal law writer.
A board member at Beit Midrash Elul, a center for learning and culture that unites diverse sectors of Israeli society and the Jewish world for shared learning from an egalitarian and pluralistic perspective, Ms. Granot is also a lecturer and a political and social activist.

From Jerusalem.

Before her current roles, she served as Deputy Director of the Criminal Department of the State Attorney’s Office, where she was responsible for key areas of Israeli criminal law, represented the government in public corruption cases before the Supreme Court, and mentored young lawyers and attorneys in analytical legal thinking, including from a feminist viewpoint.

Ms. Granot holds a master’s degree in Jewish thought, a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and Jewish thought, and a bachelor’s degree in law, all from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Additionally, she completed four years of study and research at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem, a pluralistic center for research, thought, and Jewish education.

My training introduced me to UN Resolution 1325 as a blueprint for a future vision in which women will lead the world to a better place. Moreover, I carry with me the inspiration of the women who have lectured before me, who will continue to serve as a source of motivation.