International Advisory Council
Thank you for joining the International Advisory Council (IAC) for the Association for Civil Rights in Israel.
The IAC is an international advisory board for the Association for Civil Rights in Israel.
Each member will receive special briefings, meetings, and varied opportunities to engage with ACRI's work on the ground in Israel.
If you are an IAC member, please make your annual contribution below.
We will be in touch with new members shortly. Thank you so much for your support.
ACRI Executive Director
Noa Sattath took the helm of the Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI) in November 2021.
Noa is an ordained Reform Rabbi and spent the past 11 years as Executive Director of the Israel Religious Action Center (IRAC), where she was responsible for leading the organization's public strategy regarding religion and state, gender equality, and the fight against racism. Noa has been partner in leading social justice struggles, especially the struggle against the exclusion of women and against the election of racist candidates running for Knesset.
Udi Ofer, Chair,
ACRI International Advisory Council
Udi Ofer teaches at Princeton University and is the founder of the Policy Advocacy Clinic at Princeton’s School of Public and International Affairs. Prior to that, Udi worked at the ACLU for 20 years, serving as the Deputy National Political Director of the ACLU and the founding Director of the ACLU’s Justice Division. Udi’s focus at the ACLU included national security, immigrants’ rights, policing and criminal justice reform issues. He interned at ACRI during his first summer of law school in 1999.