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Israel: Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute

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

Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute

Example of research projects:

  1. "At Risk" and Disadvantaged Children and Youth
  2. Promoting Children and Youth in the Arab Sector
  3. Social Integration and Participation
  4. Health Promotion among Children and Youth
  5. Early Childhood

Contact Details: 

Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute
J.D.C Hill P.O.Box 3886
Jerusalem 91037
Tel: 972-2-6557400
Fax: 972-2-5612391

Main Contact: Suzanne Brown (Community Relations)
E-mail: suzanneb [at]


Tags: ["Children and Education", "Children and Health", "Children and Violence", "Child poverty", "Children's rights", "Children's wellbeing", "Children with disabilities", "Child participation", "Child development", "Children in the legal system", "Children in care", "fostering and adoption", "Early childhood", "Famliy related issues", "Minority children", "Public policy towards/for children", "Social services towards children", "Youth issues", "Mental health", "Nutrition", "Discrimination", "Migration", "Health Policy Research", "Aging Disabilities and Special Populations Immigrant Absorption", "Employment and Poverty Arab Population in Israel", "Manpower Evaluation and Social Planning Quality Assurance in the Social Services"]
Published July 10, 2008 3:00 PM - Last modified Apr. 17, 2013 2:58 PM