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Work Plan 2016
The 2016 work plan includes ongoing projects as well as projects to be launched this year. This year for
the first time the Statistical Yearbook of Jerusalem will be published in a Hebrew-Arabic
version. The Hebrew-English version slated for publication this year will be our thirtieth.
For the first time, as well, a yearbook on the ultra-orthodox society will be published, in
cooperation with the Israel Democracy Institute.
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Work Plan 2015
In 2015 the JIIS wil be focusing on 41 projects. These include 9 projects in the Jerusalem Research Cluster, 10 projects within the Conflict Management and Resolution Cluster, 11 projects of the Milken Innovation Center, one project of the Center for Sustainability Studies, one project of the International Projects Unit, and six projects of the Center for the Study of Ultra-Orthodox Society. In additon, the Institute will conduct three Evaluation Studies for various organizations in Jerusalem.
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Work Plan 2014
During 2014 the range of activities at the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies (JIIS) will be expanded following the reopening of the Center for Sustainability Studies in mid-2013 and the opening of the new Center for the Study of Ultra-Orthodox Society in late 2013.
Twenty-eight projects are slated for the coming year. These include sixteen projects within the Jerusalem Research Cluster, five within the Conflict Management and Resolution Cluster, three to be conducted by the Innovation Policy Center, two by the Center for
Sustainability Studies and two by the fledgling Center for the Study of Ultra-Orthodox Society.
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Work Plan 2013

In 2013 JIIS will focus on fifteen ongoing projects and four evaluation studies. An additional six projects depend on funding. The Institute will serve as home base for two expert groups comprising researchers and policymakers. One will address the ultra-orthodox (haredi) world and the other will address Jerusalem’s geopolitical issues.
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Work Plan 2012
In 2012 the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies (JIIS) plans to undertake 40 projects, 24 of which began in 2011 and 16 of which are new. Among the projects proposed in this document, 25 are guaranteed and 15 depend on additional sources of funding.
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Work Plan 2011
The work plan for 2011 is designed for continuity with the 2010 work plan. Most of the 2010 studies will be completed in the coming year, and others in 2012. In addition, each research cluster is currently reviewing new research proposals, some of which depend on appropriate funding.
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