Join us for a briefing on survey findings about Arab citizens' civic identity and belonging with Arik Rudnitzkyand Mohammad Darawshe.
Join us for presentations with Dr. Dalia Fadila in New York and Philadelphia.
This update outlines current Arab citizen representation in higher education, the status of major programs launched under the CHE's first six-year plan, and how the second six-year plan, launched in 2016, builds on these efforts.
An in-depth briefing on why informal education for Arab society has become a social and economic priority in Israel, and how gaps and barriers are being addressed.
Improvements in the status of Arab women are evident in their increasing participation in higher education and in instances of Arab women undertaking certain professional roles for the first time.
Significant improvements have been made in levels of education but optimal labor market integration lags.
Findings show Arab citizens today are primarily concerned with domestic issues and less so on "external" issues" such as the peace process or Palestinian territories.