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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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Integrating People with Disabilities into the Community -Learning from Success

Integrating People with Disabilities into the Community -Learning from Success

JDC-Israel initiated a qualitative study aimed at learning from people with disabilities by specifically examining: how they managed,who and what assisted them throughout their lives and what were the obstacles they faced and how they overcame them.
2002
Gaps between Low Income and Middle to High Income Individuals following the Implementation of the National Health Insurance Law, 1995-1997

Gaps between Low Income and Middle to High Income Individuals following the Implementation of the National Health Insurance Law, 1995-1997

2002
Follow-up of Older Children Who Have Been Adopted

Follow-up of Older Children Who Have Been Adopted

This follow-up study was intended to provide systematic information about older children who have been adopted, the adoption process, and the outcome of their adoption several years later.
2001
School Dropouts and School Disengagement

School Dropouts and School Disengagement

This report concerns both school “dropouts” - that is, youth who have already left school - and “disengaged” youth - that is, youth who still attend some educational framework, but who are not involved in meaningful learning.
2001
Children with Special Needs: An Assessment of Needs and Coverage by Services

Children with Special Needs: An Assessment of Needs and Coverage by Services

The National Insurance Institute and the JDC-Brookdale Institute conducted a national study – the first of its kind in Israel – to estimate the number of children and youth with special needs, to examine the extent and nature of their needs, and to determine the gaps between their needs and the services they actually receive.
2000
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