Talia Hasin

Research Scholar, Regulation and QA Team (Quality Group)

Quality in Social Services

Research scholar, Regulation and QA Team, Quality Group, the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute (MJB), Israel’s leading center for applied social research.

Talia Hasin has worked at MJB since 2000. Her main research areas are: evaluation of training programs for senior civil servants, local government officials, and civil society to promote action and cooperation for service improvement; evaluation of leadership development programs; and the construction of QA processes at the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Religious Services.

Over the years, Talia has assisted the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs and Services (MOLSA) and the Ministry of Education to construct and upgrade an oversight system for quality improvement of services to specific populations. She has worked with a variety of community and residential service providers for children and youth.

In the past, she was involved in research on services for at-risk children and youth, notably in the area of out-of-home placement. She also participated in evaluation studies on national services and programs, and on the outcomes and impact of MOLSA policy reforms.

Talia holds a BA in Psychology and Literature of the Jewish People, and an MA in Research Psychology, both from Bar-Ilan University. She is currently studying for her PhD in the Interdisciplinary Program for Gender Studies at Bar-Ilan.

She can be contacted at taliah@jdc.org or tel. 972-2-655-7450.