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The Publications Unit provides editorial, translation, and publishing services for the research staff and collaborating organizations. To date, the Institute has published almost 1400 publications in various fields of research. Publications from 2000 and onwards can be downloaded in full text from the Institute website.

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 January 2010 – April 2014

 

 

 

 

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Infants and Toddlers in Israel: Needs of Children and Parents, Services and Policy

Infants and Toddlers in Israel: Needs of Children and Parents, Services and Policy

The first three years of life are a crucial period in child development. Ashalim's Professional Committee on Early Childhood turned to the MJB to obtain a broad current picture of the situation in the field. The goals of the study were to provide a better factual basis for developing possible guidelines for an inter-ministerial policy and intervention programs.
2016
Transition to Higher Education and Employment of Young Israelis

Transition to Higher Education and Employment of Young Israelis

The study was supported by a scholarship from the Marshall Weinberg Fund.
2015
The Government – Civil Society Initiative: Evaluation of the First Stage

The Government – Civil Society Initiative: Evaluation of the First Stage

2015
Merhav – A Program to Promote the Interface between Government and Civil Society: Evaluation of the First Cycle a Year after Completion of the Program

Merhav – A Program to Promote the Interface between Government and Civil Society: Evaluation of the First Cycle a Year after Completion of the Program

The Merhav program was launched through the Government-Civil Society Initiative. The ultimate goal of the Initiative is to enhance the interface between the government and civil society in order to strengthen social resilience in Israel. The program aims to create a group of key individuals in government ministries and local government who were committed to promoting the topic and could act as agents of change. In order to examine the longer-term outcomes of the program, MJB has conducted a follow-up study a year after the end of the program.
2015
People with Disabilities in Israel 2015: Main Findings

People with Disabilities in Israel 2015: Main Findings

2015
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