You can reach us by phone, email, mail, or the electronic form below. Meeting in person is by appointment only.
073-7050752 or 03-5608185
every day from 10: 30-17: 00.
Leave a clear message and we will get back to you.
Prisoner requests please call:
073-7050752 or our designated hotline at 073-7050743.
Mondays between 10:00 and 12:00 and 15:00 to 17:00.
For requests by mail:
The Association for Civil Rights in Israel,
75 Nahalat Binyamin St., Tel-Aviv, Israel.
Please do not send original documents.
or, please fill out the electronic form below and we will respond shortly.
Have your rights been violated? Looking for consultation?
We invite you to reach out to the Association for Civil Rights in Israel's Public Hotline.
What do we do?
The Public Hotline staff takes care of human rights violation complaints against the state and its authorities, or those acting on behalf of of the authorities (and in cases of discrimination and livelihood, by private entities, as well). We take requests from everyone, regardless of their status in Israel: citizens, residents, migrant workers, asylum seekers and refugees, residents of the Occupied Palestinian Territories, etc.
Among other topics, we deal with:
The right to equality - discrimination on the basis of sex, nationality, sexual orientation, opinion, age, origin, etc.
Rights to services from Ministry of Interior: acceptance of status in Israel, change of registration
The right to education
The right to health
Freedom of speech and the right to protest
The right to privacy
Freedom of information
What don't we take care of?
Consumer Affairs (please contact the Israeli Consumer Council or Public Trust)
Private disputes between one person and another (i.e. divorce, neighbor disputes, landlord-tenant relations)
Fines and fees
What services can we provide?
Information about your rights
Advice on how to exercise your rights
Accompanying and handling your case with the authorities (when appropriate)
Referring to organizations specializing in your request
All services are free of charge.