Over 100 professionals and researchers explored the findings of MJB’s national study and discussed the successes and remaining challenges
Miriam Cohen-Navot, Director of the Engelberg Center for Children and Youth, represented Israel at the United Nations' Commission on Population and Development's 45th Session, in April this year.
This year's Gantz Zahler Seminar brought together over 100 professionals working in foster care and adoption.
MJB’s Center for Research on Disabilities together with the Hebrew University Medical School are undertaking a large-scale study to assess the effects of early screening for ADHD among first- and second-grade students in Jerusalem
The dual quest for equality and quality in Israel’s health care system is a central theme that runs throughout the Smokler Center's research program
“We started talking about successes. Until then, we had concentrated on problems, failures, and difficulties. We discovered that we also know how to succeed. That was our turning point.” (Principal of elementary school, Netanya)
Israel’s OECD membership creates new opportunities for the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute to contribute to the international dialogue between Israel and the rest of the world
MJB leads professional exchange to Jewish Care UK
Seminar on income inequality in Israel, with Dr. Michael Förster , Senior Policy Analyst: Income Distribution and Poverty of the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development)
A pathbreaking national study of Israel’s second-generation immigrant youth, conducted by the Institute's Engelberg Center for Children and Youth with the support of the Harry Weinrebe Fund for the Advancement of Children, provides first data comparing first- and second-generation immigrant youth
The Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute is deeply engaged in addressing a number of these substantive issues and directions, such as early childhood education and employment programs for haredi men and Arab women
MJB, together with researchers from Bar Ilan University, are bringing Israeli expertise in applied social research to China as part of a multi-year international partnership to cooperate on research on youth and children, with the support of the Marshall Weinberg Fund for Professional Collaboration and Development
The MJB Institute played a key role in this year’s Dead Sea Conference, the annual gathering of leaders from Israel's health system, government, and academia
MJB has received a grant from the Helen Bader Foundation of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to initiate and lead a national process for developing a strategy that addresses the challenges posed by dementia in Israel
Prof. Jona Rosenfeld received the Edith Abbot Award of the School of Social Service Administration at the University of Chicago for distinguished service to society and for outstanding professional contributions at the local, national, and international levels