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Israel’s problems won’t disappear after the election - comment

No matter the result, the division that has been so rampant in recent months will not just go away.

23/03/2021
Israeli social workers protest their working conditions and violence against them in Ramat Gan on Ju

Verbal abuse, no supplies: Social workers' pandemic struggles

These high numbers are similar to those of social workers in Iran, according to the study conducted by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) and UC Berkeley.

To lift lockdown gloom, Israelis keep calm and carry on screaming

While some Israelis take part in street demonstrations, others take to nature and shout to the heavens.

By REUTERS
10/02/2021

Education and democracy in crisis - opinion

In Israel, which is rife with disagreement over what might count as a good life and with those who seek to impose their concepts of the good on others, education should oppose the threat of tyranny.

By HANAN ALEXANDER
06/02/2021

Corporate Arab managers

Kav Mashve also is working with Arab employees in Israeli companies. Its Lead Forward program aims to instill confidence in employees when seeking promotions to managerial positions.

Israel Elections: Looking at the present to understand the future

There were the questions about Israel’s religious and ethnic character, its economy and growing population.

By MICHELE CHABIN/JTA
14/01/2021

Most Israelis now recognize Novy God, but still feel it's not Israeli

While most Israelis now recognize the Russian Novy God holiday, over 70% still do not see it as part of Israeli culture.

The need for societal vaccinations to cure societal division - opinion

It is up to each of us to develop and administer ‘societal vaccinations’ to cure escalating divisions between different sectors

By J.J. SUSSMAN
31/12/2020

2020's coronavirus reflects the good and bad of Israeli society

Some initially ranked Israel’s handling of the crisis as among the best in the world, but then it went to being described as a debacle handled as badly as the 1973 Yom Kippur War.

30/12/2020
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