The Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute is the leading center for applied social research serving Israel and the Jewish world. It seeks to improve the effectiveness of social services and policies by developing and disseminating knowledge of social needs as well as of the effectiveness of policies and programs intended to meet those needs
North Africa and the Middle East
Launched in 1996 as part of the National Task Force for Children, IRC works to improve the well-being of children, youth, women and families by providing multidisciplinary research and analysis to practitioners, policy makers and advocates in Jordan and the Middle East to enable effective socio-economic planning and decision making.
The Center is a research and education center aim at promoting the health of the palestinian children and their families. The main areas of the Center's work is tackling reproductive and psychosocial health of Palestinian children and adolescents. The Child research Unit is established in 2000 for promoting child research in Palestine in collaboration with other researchers from the university and outside university. The main areas of research focus include; nutrition, trauma, citizenship, adolescent's life style and others.