When legislators exhibit such disdain for the country’s legislative body, is it any wonder the average citizen does too?

 

Recent findings by the Central Bureau of Statistics on the Israeli labor market reveal that 80% of the country's Arab citizens are employed in jobs with difficult physical conditions. Watch a Research Reel about the NEET phenomenon among Israel’s Arabs.

A set of reforms must be implemented so that Knesset members' supervisory ability over the government will be enhanced.

A summary of where the law stands regarding alleged wrong doing by the premier, as well as timely suggestions for reform, are in order.

For Israel's economy to grow, significant investment in building a strong and effective infrastructure for occupational training and reemployment is critical.



NEET Among Young Arabs in Israel

Research Summary
Publication Date:
2017
By:
Dr. Sami Miaari, Nasreen Hadad Haj-Yahya
Series:
English Books
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Center:
Center for Democratic Values and Institutions, Arab-Jewish Relations
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2016 Israeli Democracy Index: Attitudes of Arab Citizens of Israel

Publication Date:
1
By:
Fadi Omar
Series:
Hebrew Books
Cover:
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Center:
The Guttman Center for Public Opinion and Policy Research, Israeli Democracy Index
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The Skeptic in the Newsroom

Tools for Coping with a Deceptive World
Publication Date:
2016
By:
Zvi Reich, Yigal Godler
Series:
English Books
Cover:
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