Research associate, Outcomes Team (Quality in Social Services Group)
Research associate, Outcomes Team, Quality in Social Services Group, the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute (MJB), Israel’s leading center for applied social research.
Maayan Sarver has worked at MJB since 2019. Her main research areas are: outcome thinking and measurement. She is a social worker by training. Her Master’s thesis deals with the experience and insights of people living in poverty who have participated in processes of policy change.
Maayan holds a BA in Social Work from the Ruppin Academic Center, and is currently working towards her MA in Social Work at Tel Aviv University, on rights-based social work and social policy.
She can be contacted at [email protected] or by telephone at 972-02-655-7495.
Findings and Insights from the Survey Among Child Protection Officers Working in Association With the “Lawyer of My Own” Service
The goal of the survey presented in this report was to examine the work interfaces between the child protection officers and the lawyers assigned to LOMO (hereinafter: the lawyers) as follows: To examine the attitudes of the child protection officers about child participation and the work done by LOMO; To examine the work practices of the child protection officers vis-à-vis the lawyers and their perceptions regarding their work interfaces with the lawyers.
Dealing with Violence against Women in Domestic Relationships during the COVID-19 Pandemic: An International Review
In March 2020, with the global spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, Israel along with many other countries, issued directives and imposed compulsory restrictions on the public, including the order to remain at home and the closure of workplaces. This challenging situation exacerbated the plight of victims of domestic violence. Moreover, the number of victims was […]