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A new focus on East Jerusalem
Information about the developments in East Jerusalem is incomplete, disorganized, and not always reliable, so that even policymakers, let alone the public, have access to any credible, detailed picture of the Arab neighborhoods in East Jerusalem. In the absence of such basic information, it is difficult to formulate policies or devise strategic plans, action plans, or intervention plans, and it is no less difficult to implement such policies and plans should they be drafted. JIIS, with its vast experience researching the city, plans to fill the lacuna.
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JIIS drafts Community Services Master Plan
There is no denying the complexity of Jerusalem’s population, and such a population requires a similarly complex spectrum of needs. In an effort to meet all those needs and identify where and what elements are lacking, the municipality’s Community Services Administration commissioned a Master Plan from JIIS to address this many-layered matter.
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Upholding the status of Christians and Christianity in Jerusalem
As of Christmas Eve 2011, the Christian population within Jerusalem stood at a tiny 1.9%. The impact of this factor, however, is immense – because Christians in Jerusalem are not a mere number but a bona fide representation of the many faces of Christians the world over.
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The ultra-orthodox: Working their way into the workforce
A new JIIS study is examining the gamut of issues related to integrating educated haredis into the workforce. And what the researchers have found so far is fascinating.
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EPC launches new web site
JIIS’ Environmental Policy Center together with its partner the Ministry of Environmental Protection launched a new web site this month presenting the latest developments of their joint project “Sustainability Outlook 2030 for Israel.”
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