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13 May

2021 | 20:00

Jerusalem: Facts & Myth- A special update for Yom Yerushalaim

  • Free
  • In English
  • Live
  • Public
  • Online
Join us to hear the results of the “Jerusalem Facts and Trends 2021” publication of the Jerusalem Institute. A fascinating survey about the current data, the challenges, and the fact-based reasons for optimism. Because without the facts, you’re just another person with an opinion... Thursday | May 13 | 8PM Israel Time | 1PM New York | 7PM Central...
09 May

2021 | 12:00

Jerusalem Day With the Jerusalem Press Club

  • Free
  • In English
  • Live
  • Public
  • Online
A briefing on the Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research's 2020 Facts & Trends Study   How have demographics in the Middle East's most contentious city changed in the past year? How has Covid-19 impacted tourism in Jerusalem? What are the latest building trends? The speakers will discuss...
13 April

2021 | 10:00

Discussion Day on the Subject of Government Decision 3790

  • Invites Only
  • Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research, Radak 20, Jerusalem
Photo by:  Yossi Zamir, Shatil Stock.   The Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research held its annual discussion day and presented the latest research on Government Decision 3790 (Reducing Social and Economic Disparities and Advancing Economic Development in East Jerusalem). Three studies, carried out i...
29 December

2020 | 10:00

Shared Spaces in Jerusalem – Research Lab Event

  • In Hebrew
  • Invites Only
  • Online
The influence of prolonged conflict on the nature of encounters In recent years, the Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research, together with the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, has led the issue of shared spaces in Jerusalem. The Institute’s researchers focused initially on creating a body of knowledge on the subj...
20 December

2020 | 20:30

Jerusalem Facts and Trends 2020

  • Free
  • In English
  • Public
  • Online
A lecture by Lior Schillat, Director General, Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research  Do good fences really make good neighbors? Lior Shchillat, a more than 25-year veteran of Jerusalem’s policy and business worlds, and previously a member of the planning team for the city’s controversial Security Fence pro...