Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research
Swimming against the Tide: Shared Living Organizations in Jerusalem in the Shadow of the Swords of Iron War
Organizations that work to promote shared living constitute a unique enterprise that developed primarily during the past decade. This review examines the circumstances of these organizations in Jerusalem following the events of October 7
Organizations that work to promote shared living constitute a unique enterprise that developed…Read
A Heavy Shadow: Neighborhoods on Jerusalem’s Seamline during the Swords of Iron War
The East and West Jerusalem neighborhoods along Jerusalem’s seamline are areas of heightened sensitivity at this time. This review surveys the situation in these neighborhoods in the aftermath of the events of October 7
The East and West Jerusalem neighborhoods along Jerusalem’s seamline are areas of heightened…Read
Women in East Jerusalem in the state of emergency period: Current status and policy recommendations
This report outlines the situation of women in East Jerusalem during the war, discussing rising issues of the and offering policy recommendations to deal with the problems and challenges facing decision-makers.
This report outlines the situation of women in East Jerusalem during the war,…Read
The East Jerusalem Educational System in the Shadow of the Iron Swords War: Current status and Policy Recommendations
Five weeks after the massacre in the Gaza envelope communities and the outbreak of the Swords of Iron War, the educational system in East Jerusalem appears to have taken a significant hit.
Five weeks after the massacre in the Gaza envelope communities and the outbreak…Read
The labor market and East Jerusalem Arabs in the shadow of the Iron Swords War: Current status and policy recommendations
The meeting of the East Jerusalem Forum raised various significant issues that may lead to social and political unrest on the Jerusalem front. This document presents a status update and offers recommendations to decision-makers and senior command.
The meeting of the East Jerusalem Forum raised various significant issues that may…Read
East Jerusalem and the Swords of Iron War: Current Status and Policy Recommendations
Two weeks after the outbreak of the Swords of Iron War it appears that East Jerusalem is relatively calm compared to the other fronts. This picture, however, conceals serious problems brewing under the surface.
Two weeks after the outbreak of the Swords of Iron War it appears…Read
Jerusalem: Facts and Trends 2023
”Jerusalem: Facts and Trends” is part of the data services array of the Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research, and over the years it has established itself as the “face” of the Statistical Yearbook of Jerusalem.
”Jerusalem: Facts and Trends” is part of the data services array of the…Read
The Temple Mount / Al-Aqsa: Heading Towards Loss of Control?
Israeli policy on the Temple Mount has undergone a transformation in recent years. This study surveys the developments and trends that took place at the Temple Mount during 2015-2022.
Israeli policy on the Temple Mount has undergone a transformation in recent years.…Read
Civil Society in a State of Emergency: A Snapshot of Major Jerusalem Initiatives
This review covers five initiatives whose activities stood out in terms of their scope of assistance, the diversity of the activists involved, the initiative’s impact on relations among the different population groups and more...
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
The Christian Communities of Jerusalem - What Has Changed?
Informal Housing Going Vertical – The Next Generation
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