The Pluralism in Israel Project
Shared Spaces, Challenging Spaces: What the findings of JPPI’s 2022 Pluralism Index survey reveal
The 2022 Pluralism Index
The 2021 Israel Pluralism Index: Consensus and Disagreements
Editors: Noah Slepkov, Shmuel Rosner
2020 Pluralism Index
This year, JPPI’s Pluralism Index survey was conducted under the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic, and immediately after Israelis had been subjected to their third round of tense and difficult elections in the space of a year.
2020 JPPI Pluralism Index: Digital Event
On Thursday, April 23, at 11:30-13:00 (EDT); 08:30-10:00 (PDT) 18:30-20:00 (Israel time) JPPI will hold a special online event to present its 2020 Pluralism Index.
JBS: Pluralism in Israel
On Israel’s Independence Day, Noah Slepkov, a fellow at The Jewish People Policy Institute, discusses results of a survey from across Israeli society on identity, religious beliefs and coexistence. With Teisha Bader of the Jewish Broadcasting Service.
Most Israeli Arabs Wouldn’t Live With Jews but Want Their Children to Study With Them, Study Says
By Judy Maltz, Haaretz
JPPI Survey: Israeli Jews and Arabs Happy to Live in Israel, Just Not Together