Researcher, Quality Assurance Team (Quality in Social Services Group)
Researcher, Quality Assurance Team, Quality in Social Services Group, Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute (MJB), Israel’s leading center for applied social research.
Lior Beserman Navon has worked at MJB since 2021. Her main research areas are: evaluation of mechanisms for the protection of whistleblowers, policy for the care of street dwellers, and the effective supervision of social services.
Lior holds a BA in Sociology and Anthropology and in Comparative Literature, and an MA and a PhD in Anthropology, all three from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In addition to her work at MJB, Lior serves as a lecturer in the Sociology and Anthropology Department at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and in the Inclusive Industrial Design in the DAN Department of Creative Human Design at the Hadassah Academic College (HAC).
Lior Beserman Navon can be contacted by email at [email protected].
Children, Youth and Young Adults
Mothers of young children during the 2023 Israel-Hamas War: Experiences, needs, and responses
On October 7, approximately 300,000 reservists were called up by the IDF (Israel Defense Forces). During the first week of war, schools and pre-schools all over the country were closed and even a month after the outbreak of the war schools in many parts of the country had not returned to their routines. All over […]
Inspection of Early Childhood Education and care provision: An International Review
The goal of this review is to learn about inspection approaches to early childhood educational and care services, and the implementation of these approaches in various countries. This, with the aim of providing knowledge that will support the development of an inspection system for the early childhood education and care systemin Israel – including an inspection policy (legislation, goals, and perceptions), inspection system structure, and inspection practices.
Development of an Ongoing Measurement System for Hostels for Street Dwellers, for Monitoring and Outcome Measurement: Evaluation of the Current State
The goal of this report is to map the rehabilitation policy and the management procedure adopted with regard to the hostels for street dwellers in Israel. The mapping is intended to serve as a basis for the future development of a logic model and an ongoing measurement system for rehabilitation hostels.