Researcher, Disabilities Team (Family Group)
Researcher, Disabilities Team, Family Group, the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute (MJB), Israel’s leading center for applied social research.
Yaniv Oren has worked at MJB since 2020. His main research areas are adults and children with disabilities. Yaniv has a wealth of experience in statistical data processing using SPSS, writing study outcomes, and presenting posters in English at conferences. His experience includes studies in the field of cognitive psychology and market research.
Yaniv has a bachelor’s degree in behavioral sciences (psychology track) from the Ruppin Academic Center and a master’s in cognitive psychology and human factors from the University of Haifa. He is currently working towards his PhD in the field of motor memory at the Department of Learning Disabilities at the University of Haifa.
He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quality in Social Services
The Professional Status of Social Workers: International Review
The current report is a review of the milestones in the development of social work as a profession in Israel. It examines the status of social workers from an international perspective, comparing selected aspects including legal status and institutional governance; the establishment of professional agencies and the granting of authority; professional certification including training; conditions of employment – recruitment, positions, terms of employment, and remuneration; the social worker's image in the eyes of the public and clients; violence and safety.
Children and Youth
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 […]