7th Annual Champions Of Jewish Values International Awards Gala
NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 28: Marion Wiesel attends The World Values Network's 7th Annual Champions Of Jewish Values International Awards Gala at Carnegie Hall on March 28, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Yoni Levy / Tals Studio )
THE WORLD VALUES NETWORK’S
Mission is to disseminate universal Jewish values in politics, culture, and media, making the Jewish people a light unto the nations.
It is our belief that Judaism, with it’s unique emphasis on perfecting the world and celebrating life, can benefit America against some the greatest challenges of our time including high rates of divorce, teen alienation, depression, and growing ignorance and materialism.
While Judaism has impacted and shaped the two great world religions of Christianity and Islam, it has taken a backseat as a purveyor of ideas in its own right. Judaism’s core values are not widely known in either Jewish or secular circles.
This World: The Values Network is based on the teachings of Rabbi Shmuley Boteach and his passion for bringing universal Jewish values to mainstream American culture and beyond. Rabbi Shmuley’s teachings provide a means for healing and strengthening families, diverting society’s focus from material greed and inspiring children to practice caring and compassionate relationships. Our renowned lectures, debates, radio and TV broadcasts, religious services, websites, social media, and published essays cater to a broad international audience. Our goal is to inspire people to apply Jewish values into their everyday lives, ultimately conveying Jewish values in print and on the airwaves to both help America heal some of its greatest ills and to inspire Jewish youth with the power of its ideas.
We are committed to advancing a vision of Judaism as a light to the nations and ensuring that America benefits from the core values of the Jewish people.