Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research
New on the website: The Urban Sustainability Project's full content
The deliverables help shape professionals' worldviews. Take a moment: read the theoretical background and browse through the final recommendations document for promoting urban sustainability.
Take a moment: read the theoretical background and browse through the final recommendations…
Survey for East Jerusalem Residents: Help us Get to the Right People
A survey in Arabic aimed to assess the level of services provided to East Jerusalem residents. The results will help get a snapshot of the state of the services and implement improvements. It takes about fifteen minutes to complete the questionnaire. Please distribute it to your relevant acquaintances.
The Jerusalem Database
Shared Spaces in Jerusalem
Establishing a Socio-economic Policy for the Development of East Jerusalem
Mapping East Jerusalem Neighborhoods
Ultra-orthodox High Schools (Yeshivas)
Christians and Christianity in Jerusalem and the State of Israel
The Gov. City
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and Peace Process
Urban Sustainability Project, Yearly Conference 2016
Christian and Zionist: The Reciprocal Relations Between the Evangelical Movement and Israel
Pub No. 505
Pub No. 510
Pub No. 474
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