This report explores the question of whether a global Jewish politics exists. The author focuses on the awareness of the fluidity through which global Jewish politics exists. The piece finds that Jewish organizations and individuals function through a dynamic system of responses based on ever-changing relationships among multiple power centers. It goes on to explore the evolution of global Jewish political projects, pointing out the involvement of Jews in the international human rights system. The piece also highlights the existence of the Israeli human rights network. The piece concludes by affirming that the existences of various Jewish associations are signs of the robust health of global Jewish civil society.