multiculturalism

Public Policy and Multiculturalism
The multicultural discourse has long moved beyond the philosophical-normative level of discussion and has spread to practical-political questions related to the fair distribution of resources, equality between individuals and groups, and cultural recognition. Public policy, in all its forms, must...
Prof. Bashir Bashir
Prof. Bashir Bashir is a senior research fellow at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, associate professor in the department of sociology, political science, and communication at the Open University, and teaches political theory in the department of political science at the Hebrew University of...
Public Policy and Multiculturalism
The multiplicity of cultures in Israel is a fact, but the discussion of multiculturalism in Israel tends not to address the public-policy questions it raises. Nor does it address the ability of public institutions – such as welfare, defense, and education institutions – to meet the needs and...
Israel: From Mobilized to Civil Society?
For the past thirty years “civil society” has been the rallying cry of liberal opposition to totalitarian regimes in Eastern Europe and Latin America. It is also the name of a model alternative society that is supposed to contend with the ills of liberal society itself, and it is a concept with...
In Virtue of Difference: The Multicultural Project in Israel
This book presents a new, multicultural agenda for analyzing and reorganizing Israeli society. By combining a fundamental philosophical theory with sensitive sociological observation it offers the reader a new and original way of understanding the structure of Israeli society. The book’s chapters...
Chen Bram
Dr. Chen Bram is an anthropologist and organizational psychologist. He is a research fellow at the Truman Institute of the Hebrew University, involved in anthropological research. He also teaches in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the Hebrew University. Bram is a graduate of the...
Guy Ben-Porat
Guy Ben-Porat is a member of the Department of Public Policy and Administration at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. His PhD dissertation (Political Science, Johns Hopkins University) focused on the impact of globalization on peace processes. An updated and modified version of this dissertation,...