Coronavirus Crisis: Cheers are not enough!
Israelis stood on their balconies to cheer and thank the medical teams in the hospitals who diligently cared for corona patients. It was a beautiful, heartwarming gesture. Now, this show of appreciation should be translated into improving working conditions in the hospitals
The Care Deficit: What it Means and How it Can be Reduced
The report examines the care economy in Israel and focuses on two case studies: childcare and care for the elderly. While looking at patterns of public and private investment, and what is required for a care economy that promotes fairness
Working Today to Narrow the Gaps of Tomorrow: Goals for Decreasing Health Disparities
Five civil society organizations: Adva Center, Physicians for Human Rights, Association for Civil Rights in Israel, Tene-Briut for the Health of the Ethiopian Community and Galilee Society – The Arab National Society for Health Research & Services, joined forces to formulate a unique position paper that outlines the principles of a social policy designed to reduce the gaps in health status and in health services