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Jerusalem Workforce was Hit Harder
Lockdown's silver lining – road accidents
During the closure period we saw a dramatic decrease in road accidents. After the first lockdown the number of accidents rose dramatically, but fortunately did not reach the average annual level, in m...
A Global Pandemic: A Review of Municipal Level Policy Measures World Wide for Employment and Business
 This review focuses on the main measures countries and municipalities are implementing in response to the pandemic. The wide range of tools outlined in this review can be used by local authorities to...
Trust and Compliance
Trust in the government appears to be lower than trust in ones local authority, both are declining, and the gap is widening. ...
Between Passover and The Three Weeks (Bein-ha’Metzarim)
What financial sector has been hurt the most? What is the hottest start-up? What is angering and worrying religious Jews? And what new direction is the Halacha taking? Observant Jews and Corona 2.0 ...
The COVID-19 pandemic – an opportunity for a makeover of Israel’s bike lanes
The COVID-19 outbreak has resulted in drastic changes to transportation and mobility in Israel, regarding both the needs of the public and availability of options to move around. European cities and c...
Jerusalem Workforce was Hit Harder
According to statistics from the National Insurance Institute, at the end of April 2020, during the Coronavirus lockdown, unemployment in Jerusalem was recorded at 22.5%, as opposed to 20% in the rest...
Is the Corona Pandemic an opportunity to enhance trust in government?
Between January and May 2020, trust in government rose from 54% to 65%, which exceeded the level of trust in NGO’s, business and the media. How can higher levels of trust be maintained and trans...
Corona Testing
Children were under represented among the tested for Coronavirus, at least until the current outbreak in a few schools ...