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Who Controls the Temple Mount?
Invitation to a Panel Discussion: Who Controls the Temple Mount? Marking the release of the book 'Status Quo in the Process of Change: Struggles for Control over the Temple Mount'. Published by The Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research, By Prof. Yitzhak Reiter. RSVP your participation:...
A New website for the Milken Innovation Center
Now you have one-stop access to meet our Milken Fellows, our Global Fellows, catch-up on the latest research about Israeli innovations in finance, research, industry, and policy, follow the discussions from our Financial Innovations Labs about how to move from the Start-up Nation to the Scale-up Nation, and discover the cutting edge of community an...
The Statistical Yearbook of Jerusalem 2016
The Statistical Yearbook of Jerusalem presents an up-to-date picture of life in Jerusalem – in tables, graphs, maps and other statistics, covering a wide range of topics...
SPREE Project selected as a success story by the EC!
SPREE project was chosen as a sucess story within the framework of the European Commission's recent shift. The concept of servicizing is considered to be a ground-breaking approach in the area of the Circular Economy and Systematic eco-innovation. Read more about the project and about servicizing....
The Ongoing Transformation of Haredi Population in Israel
This report, published by the Research Center for Haredi Society at the JIIS traces some main aspects of the changes undergone by the haredi population, as well as the meaning of these changes, particularly with the growing numbers of haredim involved in academic studies and gainful employment...
Panel Discussion on the Arab Neighborhoods in East Jerusalem
The JIIS together with the Friedrich Naumann foundation recently hosted a panel discussion on the Socio-Political Situation and Policy on the Escalation of Violence in East Jerusalem. ...
JIIS team heads to Montreal to address the changing society in Israel in the 21st Century
JIIS researchers head to Concordia University, still associated with anti-Israel expression, for a conference on the topic of Sustainable Israel, hosted by the AIS and the Azrieli foundation, marking the 31st annual meeting of the Association for Israel Studies ...
The explosive reality in East Jerusalem
Recent events in East Jerusalem, which started in the summer of 2014 in the aftermath of the Gaza war, have once again raised the issue of the complex, explosive reality that exists in East Jerusalem and the tense relationship between the city’s Jews and Arabs. This paper aims to explore the context and foundation that generate and enflame tension,...
Old versus New: Preservation Policy in Jerusalem
The late Yigal Alon once stated: "when a people does not preserve its past, its present is uncertain and its future unclear.”. After the preservation efforts in the city had slackened, the initiative for this report was launched at the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies. ...
Statistical Column: I love the cinema
Studies find that across the world and across religions, women are generally more religious than men.Israel, however, is the sole outlier in this trend: it is the only country surveyed in which a higher percentage of men reported engagement in daily worship. Find out more here....
The Marom Plan for the Economic Development of Jerusalem
The Marom Plan, a government commissioned project for the economic development of Jerusalem, focuses on strengthening Jerusalem as a tourist city, as a center of R&D in the field of biotechnology and as a leading academic city....
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