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Program on Immigrant Absorption

MJB’s work on immigration was initiated in 1990 in response to the major influx of immigration from the former Soviet Union (FSU) and growing concern about the integration of Ethiopian immigrants who had begun to arrive in the 1980s. Over the past 25 years, MJB has built an extensive body of research knowledge on these and other immigrant groups, with our work significantly influencing national policy efforts. 

Our research on Ethiopian-Israelis has not only raised national awareness of their needs, but has also helped Israel understand how those needs have shifted over time.   We have also been involved in the evaluation of the major national initiatives for Ethiopian-Israelis.

In addition to special studies focusing on different immigrant groups, MJB makes a special effort to include immigrants as a special population within its national studies. This provides critical comparative data on the well being of immigrants and non-immigrants, which is essential to program and policy development.

Publications: Ethiopian and Other Immigrant Absorption

Publications: Ethiopian and Other Immigrant Absorption

Quality, not Just Quantity: New Research on Career Advancement

Quality, not Just Quantity: New Research on Career Advancement

15/05/2016
Israel's Ethiopian Population: Progress and Challenges

Israel's Ethiopian Population: Progress and Challenges

(May 2015)
1/05/2015
Young Adults in Israel and Ethiopian-Israeli Young Adults

Young Adults in Israel and Ethiopian-Israeli Young Adults

(December 2014)
1/12/2014

Current MJB Research and Evaluation of JDC-TEVET Employment Programs for Ethiopian-Israelis

30/10/2013
The Socio-economic and Employment Situation of Young Ethiopian-Israeli Adults

The Socio-economic and Employment Situation of Young Ethiopian-Israeli Adults

(October 2013)
1/10/2013
First and Second Generations of Immigrant Youth from Ethiopia and the Former Soviet Union – Similarities and Differences

First and Second Generations of Immigrant Youth from Ethiopia and the Former Soviet Union – Similarities and Differences

(February 2013)
Employment Characteristics of Ethiopian Israeli College Graduates

Employment Characteristics of Ethiopian Israeli College Graduates

Excerpt from: King, J., Fischman , N., and Wolde-Tsadick, A. (2013). Twenty Years Later: A Survey of Ethiopian Immigrants who have Lived in Israel for at Least Two Decades. (Forthcoming)
29/01/2013
MJB brochure on our efforts to enhance the integration of Ethiopian-Israelis

MJB brochure on our efforts to enhance the integration of Ethiopian-Israelis

MJB brochure on our long-standing involvement in the effort to enhance the integration of Ethiopian-Israelis
15/05/2011
Towards the Full Integration of Ethiopian-Israelis: A Progress Report

Towards the Full Integration of Ethiopian-Israelis: A Progress Report

MJB brochure that reviews the developments in the efforts to better integrate the Ethiopian-Israeli population
15/05/2011
The Seminar on Immigrant Youth

The Seminar on Immigrant Youth

31/01/2010
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