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What does JWW stand for?

JWW stands for Jewish World Watch (Encino, CA)

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These student activists, inspired by a talk at the Strassler Center given by Clark alum Naama Haviv, now assistant director of Jewish World Watch, urged Angel to adopt a policy that considers whether devices purchased by the University contain conflict minerals.
The 17 supporting anti-genocide and human rights advocacy organizations include: Enough Project at Center for American Progress Humanity United The Save Darfur Coalition Genocide Intervention Network Stop Genocide Now/i-ACT Investors Against Genocide Jewish World Watch The Institute on Religion and Public Policy Leadership Council for Human Rights Essex County Coalition for Darfur, Montclair, NJ Massachusetts Coalition to Save Darfur Genocide No More/Save Darfur, Redding, CA Orange County for Darfur, a project of Living Ubuntu Never Again Coalition, Portland, OR Darfur and Beyond, Phoenix, AZ Champion Darfur Colorado Coalition for Genocide Awareness and Action CONTACTS: Jonathan Hutson, jhutson@enoughproject.
com (818) 713-3746 CAPTION(S): 2 photos Photo: (1) Handwritten messages adorn the inside of a tent on display as part of the Camp Darfur display at the Jewish Federation Valley Alliance during the Walk for Darfur event sponsored by Jewish World Watch on Sunday in West Hills.
2 million to more than 25 innovative programs, including critical seed funding for Limmud LA, a grassroots initiative that promotes Jewish learning and community building across religious denominations; Jewish World Watch for its mobilization of the Los Angeles Jewish community to eradicate human rights abuses in Darfur; and 30 Years After - The Iranian-Jewish Community at a Crossroads, a program to increase participation of Iranian Jews in civic and political affairs.