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Civil Society in Jerusalem - Methodical Research and Mapping
Authors: Lior Regev, Marik Shtern, Erela Ganan
Date: 07-2018
This study presents a thorough quantitative view of the third sector and the place of civil society in the city. Jerusalem, the capital of Israel, a religious center, and Israel's largest and most diverse city, is fertile ground for civil society activity. Due to the intense encounter of communities, poverty and social distress, and the proximity to government institutions, Jerusalem is a suitable breeding ground for social and community innovation. It is a place where groundbreaking social enterprises are established, inspiring other cities and towns throughout the country.
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