Children and Youth
Integration of Young Ethiopian Israelis into Higher Education: Contributing Factors and Barriers
The goal of this project was to learn how Ethiopian-Israeli students perceive successful integration into academic studies.
Trees Don’t Grow in Workbooks: Extracting Knowledge and Action Principles from the Educational School Gardens Program
The program is designed to create a green lung in schools and allow the students and teachers experiential, out-of-the-classroom learning.
Attendance Officers in Israel – Analysis of Data from a Decade of Work with School Dropouts and Disengaged (Administrative Files 2005-2015)
The study is part of a joint initiative to structure the profession of attendance officer (AO) and strengthen the AOs' work.
Preparing Ethiopian-Israeli Youth for Military Service
The goal of this research is to identify programmatic directions and recommend policy to improve the preparation of Ethiopian Israelis for military service, and thereby lead to improved quality of their service.
NEET Youth and Young Adults in Israel: Characteristics, Needs and Policies
This paper presents current data on NEETs in Israel aged 15 to 29, with emphasis on the characteristics and needs of those aged 23-26, based on a national survey.
Parental Representation in the Child Protection Decision-Making Processes of the Social Services – Literature Review about Five European Countries
This review examines one of the ways proposed to promote partnership with parents in the decision-making process about their children, which is to allow them to be represented or supported by an independent person acting on their behalf.