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A Unique Identity in a Diverse Neighborhood
A Unique Identity in a Diverse Neighborhood
What can be learned from JIPR researcher Tehila Bigman‘s research which examines the nature of interactions in Jerusalem’s “mixed neighborhoods” – neighborhoods with a Jewish population in which...
Jerusalem Marathon 2022
Segmentation of registrants for the 2022 marathon provides us with some interesting data on the age of runners – what is the largest age group among runners? Which age group makes up the majorit...
Compost
Jerusalem sends organic waste to recycling in very large, and growing, quantity. ...
Haredim in Academia
the study points to the importance of the pre-enrollment phase for the successful pursuit of academic studies themselves; there is a notable need for increased financial assistance and continuous dial...
Credit Card Purchases - Have We Returned to 2019?
Israelis’ credit card purchases dropped since March 2020. Tourism expenditures was hit the hardest, but recently the trend reversed ...
A Return Trip to the Train from Jerusalem
Navon Station was opened in September 2018. Up until the outbreak of the pandemic, the number of passengers traveling the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv section continued to rise – reaching a total of 752,9...
Immigrants in Jerusalem
From 1990 through 2019, a total of 1,457,500 new immigrants arrived in Israel. The Jerusalem neighborhood with the highest percentage of immigrants in 2019 was Talbiya, where nearly one-third of the J...
Visits to Jerusalem
Data from a mobility survey that was conducted in metropolitan Jerusalem between 2014 and 2017 by the team of the Master Plan for Transportation provide information about the visits to Jerusalem by re...