The Association of Israeli Gay Fathers was founded in 2013 in order to meet the needs of gay fathers in Israel, to realize their right to parenthood in an equal manner to other parents. The organization works to realize the right of parenting for gay fathers in all accepted ways: surrogacy, adoption and joint parenting, as individuals and couples, and in whatever way they choose to become parents.
In order to realize its goals, the organization operates in the following areas: research and information, politics and law, communications and education, society, welfare and philanthropy.
Israel Must Change Its Discriminatory Surrogacy Law (Haaretz / November 9, 2017)
Israel Promises to End Same-sex Adoption Discrimination (Haaretz / September 17, 2017)
This Israeli Ad May Have Just Made History (Haaretz / August 18, 2017)
Israel’s Top Court Says Same-sex Surrogacy Law Discriminatory, but Defers Ruling (Haaretz / August 3, 2017)
Israeli Government Forced to Reconsider Anti-Gay Adoption Policy (New Israel Fund / July 27, 2017)
Adoption Controversy: These Are the Voices Against Adoption for LGBTQ Couples (A Wider Bridge / July 27, 2017)
Hopeful LGBT Parents Fight Uphill Battle In Israel (Above the Law / July 26, 2017)
Israeli Welfare Minister Meets Representatives of the LGBTQ Community to Discuss the Adoption Crisis (WDG / July 25, 2017)
Israel Opts to Keep Discriminating Against Same-sex Couples Looking to Adopt (Haaretz / July 16, 2017)
Israel Promises Russia: Same-sex Israeli Couples Won’t Be Allowed to Adopt Russian Children (Haaretz / June 6, 2017)
Only Three Same-sex Couples Allowed to Adopt in Israel Since It Became Legal in 2008 (Haaretz / April 4, 2017)