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The Jerusalem Database

Reliable, up-to-date, and relevant statistical data are the foundation of policy. The Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research has a broad database that it makes accessible to policy makers and the…

Shared Spaces in Jerusalem

Recognizing that Jerusalem is a mixed city means thinking about and taking care of the varied needs of all groups and also requires thinking about the shared spaces. Shared spaces…

Fellows Programs

The Milken Innovation Center of the Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research operates several popular Israeli and global fellows programs: The Milken Fellows Program: This is the leading fellowship program in…

Mapping East Jerusalem Neighborhoods

East Jerusalem neighborhoods are for the most part ‘terra incognita’ for the general public and also for the governmental authorities. This holds, despite the fact that both municipal and national…

Christians and Christianity in Jerusalem and the State of Israel

The establishment of the State of Israel in 1948 posed a “complex theological challenge” to the churches and the Christian world: how should the Christian world refer to the Jewish…

The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and Peace Process

Since its establishment, the Jerusalem Institute has dealt with the issue of Jerusalem’s geo-political future. We thought that regarding the most intractable disagreement between Israel and its neighbors, the voice…

Ultra-orthodox High Schools (Yeshivas)

The participation of ultra-Orthodox men in employment and higher education in Israel has been growing continuously for over a decade. These significant processes in ultra-Orthodox society point to a growing…

Establishing a Socio-economic Policy for the Development of East Jerusalem

A lack of organized material exists pertaining to East Jerusalem. The Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research acts out of a desire to promote a knowledge-based social-economic, municipal, and political strategy…

Shared Spaces on the Seam: Jerusalem's City Parks

Pub no. 499

2019 | Authors: Dafna Shemer, Dr. Marik Shtern, Maier Yagod, Murad...

The planning project ‘Shared Spaces on the Seam – Jerusalem’s City Parks’, is the result of the work of a planners research group. The group explored a space in Jerusalem w...

Jerusalem: Facts and Trends 2019

Pub No. 505

2019 | Authors: Dr. Maya Choshen, Michal Korach...

Jerusalem: Facts and Trends – The State of the City and Changing Trends provides an up-to-date picture of Jerusalem across a wide range of topics, including population, employment, education...

What Might Happen if Palestinians Start Voting in Jerusalem Municipal Elections?

Published by Rand Corporation

2019 | Authors: Elizabeth M. Bartels, Jonathan S. Blake, Prof. Yit...

Gaming the End of the Electoral Boycott and the Future of City Politics: Since Israel’s annexation of East Jerusalem after the 1967 war, the vast majority of Palestinian residents of t...

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