HCJ 7245/10 Adala and Others vs. the Ministry of Welfare (2013): An appeal against the amendment of the National Insurance Law that instructed the decrease of child allowance to parents who did not vaccinate their children.
HCJ 1350/12 The National Council for the Child vs. the Ministry of Education (2013): An appeal regarding the way in which annual scholarship budgets are allocated to school pupils and their families for the purchase of books and learning equipment, and for educational and social activities. In the framework of the appeal the Ministry of Education was asked to publish detailed regulation that includes the criteria for this matter. Following the submission of the appeal, an updated Director’s Notice was published on this matter.
C.A 662-08 G.M.M via her mother M.M and Others vs. the Supervisor of Pension Funds (2010): An appeal against the decision to reject an heir allowance according to the Pensions Law to the daughter of a government service retiree, who was born after he died via post-mortem artificial insemination. The Regional Labor Court changed the supervisor’s decision, and determined that the minor is entitled to the stipend.
Court Appeal 5082/05 The Attorney General v. Unidentified Person and Others (2005): A representative of the NCC served as the legal guardian of a minor in an adoption case with an unknown father.
HCJ 4572/03 The National Council for the Child and Others vs. the Government of Israel and Others (2003): An appeal to delay a bill legislation process due to non-implementation of the instructions of the law to indicate information regarding the influence of the legislation on children’s rights.
HCJ 3473/92 The National Council for the Child and Others vs. the Minister of Labor and Social Affairs and Others (1993): An appeal to create a practical possibility to keep Arab juvenile offenders in a locked dormitory operated in under the Youth Law (Adjudication, Punishment and Methods of Treatment) of 1971. In the framework of the appeal, the state declared that a separated locked facility would be established to serve Arabic-speaking youth, in order to provide an adapted therapeutic rehabilitative response and mitigate concerns for security risks.