Published 08 by Shmuel Rosner
This chapter from JPPI's 2015 Annual Assessment summarizes the main findings from the dialogue about Jewish Values and Israel’s Use of Force in Armed Conflict
Published 01 by Dr. Dov Maimon
This analysis from JPPI's 2014/15 Annual Assessment introduces an integrative measurement for Antisemitism in Europe
Published 25 by Dan Feferman
From our 2014-15 Annual Assessment: "Israel situation" on the U.S. college campus today
Published 12 by Prof. Uzi Rebhun
This analysis of the developments of the Jewish People demography appears in JPPI's 2014/15 Annual Assessment
Published 15 by Dr. Dov Maimon
Une opportunité historique d’accueillir une vague d’Aliyah de France : directives pour l’absorption de 120 000 immigrants dans des bonnes conditions sociales et économiques
Accés au document: Plan israélien pour l’Aliyah de France
Published 01 by Noah Slepkov
DNA tests and online genealogical tools offer exciting opportunities for connecting, engaging, and strengthening the bonds of the Jewish people.
Published 18 by Avi Gil
This analysis of the developments in the geopolitical arena appears in JPPI's 2013/14 Annual Assessment
Published 16 by Avinoam Bar-Yosef
Jewish, Democratic, and Recognized
Published 16 by Unknown
The Conference on the Futureof the Jewish People, Glen Cove 2014. This paper presents the JPPI's project "Jewish and Democratic: Perspective from World Jewry"
Published 28 by Dr. Dov Maimon
This article is based on the October 2013 lecture Dr. Maimon delivered in Hungary
Published 24 by Ambassador Avi Gil
The Development in the Geopolitical Arena and its impact on the State of Israel. This analysis will appear in JPPI's 2012/13 Annual Assessment.
Published 11 by Barry Rosenberg
This analysis discusses the coming generational transition in N. America's professional Jewish leadership. A chapter based on this analysis will appear in JPPI's 2012/13 Annual Assessment
Published 06 by Dr. Sylvia Barak Fishman
This study, led by Dr. Sylvia Barak Fishman, marks 30 years since the Reform movement decision on patrilineal descent.
Published 23 by Shmuel Rosner
Background paper prepared for JPPI's 2012 Conference on the Future of the Jewish People
Working Group: "Jewish Peoplehood – Between Attachment and Criticism"
Published 17 by Avinoam Bar-Yosef
Analysis by Avinoam Bar-Yosef from the forthcoming JPPI Annual Assessment 2011-2012
Published 22 by Yogev Karasenty
This paper calls on the Government of Israel to take action to strengthen the Jewish identity, bonds to Israel and connections with Jewish communities, of Israeli emigrants abroad
Published 20 by Ambassador Avi Gil
Developments in the Geopolitical Arena and their Possible Implications for Israel and the Jewish People
Published 01 by JPPI's 2011 Annual Assessment
This paper explains why it is unlikely that the current assault on liberal rights and freedoms will succeed, and that Israeli democracy will suffer substantial erosion
Background paper prepared for the first meeting of JPPI's Identity and Education Roundtable which took place on December 14, in New York
Published 10 by Prof. Sergio DellaPergola
Prof. Dellapergola new, action-oriented book which presents the Jewish world with the imperative of putting demographic and population data at the forefront of consideration and policy making
Published 06 by Ambassador Daniel B. Shapiro
Newly posted US Ambassador to Israel, Daniel Shapiro, makes first official public appearance at the Jewish People Policy Institute
Published 23 by JPPI
The 2010 Annual Assessment Executive Report, provides an updated view of the challenges, threats, and opportunities confronting the Jewish People.
This article on the stakes for Israel and the Jewish People in Asia, and in China and India in particular, appears as a chapter in the JPPI's 2010 Annual Assessment
Published 06 by Prof. Sergio DellaPergola
A chapter on Israelis living abroad for extended periods with policy reccommendations to strengthen their connection to home
Published 08 by Ambassador Avi Gil
This article on Significant Global Developments and Challenges was written by Amb. Avi Gil and appears as a chapter in JPPI's 2010 Annual Assessment
Published 10 by JewishinStLouis.org
JPPI's chairman, Amb. Stuart Eizenstat; President and Founding Director, Avinoam Bar Yosef; and Senior Fellow, Brig. General (res.) Mike Herzog on KMOX Radio on the Charlie Brennan Show, St. Louis.
To read the full article: Jewish Federation Hosts Powerhouse Delegation from JPPI
Published 07 by Dr. Shlomo Fischer
This article, written by Dr. Shlomo Fischer, is a draft for the JPPI's 2010 Annual Assessment's special chapter dealing with De-legitimization
Published 17 by Prof. Sylvia Barack Fishman
This article, written by Prof. Sylvia Barack-Fishman, is a draft for the the JPPI's 2010 Annual Assessment's special chapter dealing with Delegitimization on College Campuses
Published 02 by Rabbi Dr. Yehudah Mirsky
A short integrative summary of the background paper of the JPPI's 2010 conference and the discussions that transpired in the "Peoplehood" working group
Published 19 by Shmuel Rosner
This paper is a short integrative summary of the background paper prepared in advance of the JPPI's 2010 conference and the discussions that transpired in the conversion working group sessions. Integrative summaries of the four other working groups convened at the conference will appear over the next month
Published 30 by Shmuel Rosner
The Conference on the Future of the Jewish People 2010: Is it possible to formulate a comprehensive agreement on the questions of conversion and who is a Jew?
Published 17 by Stuart E. Eizenstat
The Conference on the Future of the Jewish People 2010: Challenges for world Jewry in a rapidly changing world
Published 14 by Unknown
The Conference on the Future of the Jewish People 2010: The implications of agreements between Israel and the Arabs on the interests of the Jewish people
Published 13 by Unknown
2030: Alternative Futures for the Jewish People, led by Ambassador Avi Gil and Dr. Einat Wilf , represents the efforts of the entire staff over the last six years under the guidance of Professor Yehezkel Dror, to confront the main challenges likely to face the Jewish People in the next 20 years. Together with JPPPI’s Annual Assessments and other strategic papers, it may serve as a base for future planning for us, the State of Israel and for Jewish organizations worldwide.
Published 12 by JPPI
The global economic crisis has had an immediate e!ect on the economic infrastructure of Jewish life, but it is also expected to have major long-term e!ects. It is therefore vital to continue ongoing processes, where along with the risks there are also important opportunities for improving the economic status of Jews in Israel and in other countries.
Published 11 by JPPI
The 2008 Annual assessment — the fifth annual assessment — follows in the footsteps of its
predecessors. Its overview of the preceding year in terms of geo-political, economic, social,
and political developments internationally and in the Diaspora and in Israel is well done
and insightful. Not surprisingly, it addresses the growth of Iranian leverage in the Middle
East, the divisions among Palestinians, the prospective American drawdown in Iraq, the
uncertainties among Arab regimes — and larger
Published 01 by JPPI
The Triangular Relationship of Jerusalem, Washington, and the American Jewish community is a primary focus of JPPI. The Institute convened, in October 2009 in Glen Cove, New York, a brainstorming conference on the subject. The three papers in this publication, that prepared and distributed to participants in advance of that conference, are presented here.
Published 09 by JPPI
The 2006 Annual Assessment is designed to outline and evaluate the state and dynamics of the world Jewry from multiple perspectives and to assess anticipated changes in the future. Its objective is to prepare a comprehensive and multi-dimensional annual overview that is revised to reflect trends and changes in the situation and dynamics affecting the Jewish people.
This comprehensive qualitative and quantitative review presents indicators and indices illustrating key topics, issues and trends under analysis. These include, inter alia, demography, cohesion of the Jewish people, Jewish education, Jewish culture, the State of Israel, geo-political and socio-economic trends, the media and public opinion and anti-Semitism. Analysis will be conducted through the prism of three primary spheres: the Jewish community throughout the world, Israel and global developments.
Published 08 by JPPI
The 2005 Annual Assessment Executive Report: "Facing a Rapidly Changing World" provides an updated view of the challenges, threats, and opportunities confronting the Jewish People. JPPPI proposes a strategic agenda for Jewish organizations and the Government of Israel for the coming year.
Project Heads: Prof. Sergio DellaPergola. Prof. Yehezkel Dror. Dr. Shalom Solomon Wald.
Published 14 by Prof. Irwin Cotler
The new anti-Jewishness consists of the discrimination against, or denial of, theright of the Jewish people to live as an equal member of the family of nations.
Published 14 by PROF. SERGIO DELLAPERGOLA
New population estimates from several large Jewish communities in the United States, Europe and Latin America indicate a declining course related in part to large scale migration, but more substantially to growing assimilation, outmarriage, low birth rates and ageing.