Pluralism Index 2023: Israelis Want a Democratic and Jewish State
Findings from a comprehensive survey on pluralism in Israeli society.
New Subjects in the Field
Annual assessment for 2022 – main recommendations
The Jewish People Policy Institute (JPPI) Releases 2022 Annual Assessment of the Situation and Dynamics of the Jewish People, Indicators of Jewish Safety and Well-being in Decline.
Shared Spaces, Challenging Spaces: What the findings of JPPI’s 2022 Pluralism Index survey reveal
The 2022 Pluralism Index
Artem – Brother or Other?
The State of Israel should recognize two parallel paths for the creation of family units: religious marriage and secular civil unions. Thus, Artem would become an equal citizen without tearing the fabric of our shared Israeli society.
What Israelis Want: Kosher Food at Affordable Prices
The new minister of religious affairs has a plan to provide more reliable supervision and lower food prices — all without harming the Chief Rabbinate.
The missed potential of Tisha B’Av
Tisha B’Av can become a more significant day for every Israeli — a day that unites the religious with the national and the historical for the Jews living in Israel and for the Zionist enterprise.
The 2021 Arab Israeli Riots and their Consequences
In May 2021 Israel faced violent confrontations on two fronts, within the common broader context of Jewish-Arab relations in the Israeli-Palestinian space. One front was Hamas-controlled Gaza, from which over four thousand rockets were fired at Israeli cities. The other was the domestic front, centered around violent incidents of various kinds within Israel (including East Jerusalem): demonstrations, riots, arson, Molotov…
Was the Coronavirus Year Really One of Deepening Polarization?
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The 2021 Israel Pluralism Index: Consensus and Disagreements
Editors: Noah Slepkov, Shmuel Rosner