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The Potential Demand for Haredi High School Yeshiva Studies
The development of Haredi high school yeshivas as a normative educational track for high-school aged students in Haredi society, in parallel to the existing track of 'Yeshivot Ketanot', is essential in order to enhance access to higher education and increase employment opportunities for young Haredim.

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Civil Society in Jerusalem
Civil Society in Jerusalem -Methodical Research and Mapping. This study presents a thorough quantitative view of the third sector and the place of civil society in the city. Jerusalem, the capital of Israel, a religious center, and Israel's largest and most diverse city, is fertile ground for civil society activity.

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Jerusalem- Facts and Trends 2018
The publication “Facts and Trends 2018" presents an up-to-date understanding of Jerusalem on a wide range of topics, including demography, employment, education, construction, and tourism. The publication is intended to summarize the main findings of the Institute’s annual Statistical Yearbook of Jerusalem.

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Statistical Yearbook 2018 Edition
The Statistical Yearbook of Jerusalem presents an up-to-date statistical picture of the city in a wide and diverse range of fields, in tables, graphs, maps and other statistics, as well as indicating trends of change that are underway. The 2018 Statistical Yearbook marks the 32nd edition of this publication, issued annually from 1982.
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Jerusalem - Facts and Trends 2017
Jerusalem Facts and Trends illustrates a concise and clear picture of the current situation in the City and depicts a number of trends that include: population, employment, education, housing, tourism, and more.

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Residents, Not Citizens: Israeli Policy towards the Arabs in East Jerusalem, 1967-2017
On June 11, 1967, the government of Israel held its very first meeting since the sweeping victory of the Six Day War. At this meeting it adopted a decision to annex East Jerusalem, incorporating it into the State of Israel. The central issue of this book is how the status of the Arab residents who lived in the territory annexed by Israel was determined.
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Polarized Labor Integration
Polarized Labor Integration: East Jerusalem Palestinians in the City's Employment Market, examines the labor market for East Jerusalem Palestinians in the Israeli arena and in the immediate context of the urban space shared by the two parts of the city.

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The Eroding Status-Quo POWER STRUGGLES ON THE TEMPLE MOUNT
The events of September 2015 are only one link in the chain of events surrounding the TM/HS in recent years and eroded what had been the accepted status-quo. This study aims to lay the foundation for a well-thoughtout Israeli policy regarding the TM/HS and to present alternative approaches to the authorities responsible for this sensitive site.

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The Statistical yearbook for Jerusalem in Arabic: الكتاب الاحصائي السنوي لاورشليم-القدس 2016
The 2016 Statistical Yearbook of Jerusalem marks the 30th edition of this publication, which is issued jointly by the Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research and the Municipality of Jerusalem. This year, for the first time, the yearbook is also being published in Arabic.

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Jerusalem: Facts and Trends 2016. The State of the City and Changing Trends
Jerusalem: Facts and Trends – The State of the City and Changing Trends provides an up-to-date picture of Jerusalem across a wide range of topics, including population, employment, education, tourism, and construction. The publication is intended to present the main findings of the Statistical Yearbook of Jerusalem in an accessible manner, by means of a brief narrative description accompanied by graphs and illustrative maps that help the reader understand developments in Jerusalem, the largest and most complex of Israel’s cities.

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