Haruv Institute - Annual Report 2019
One recipient was selected for the eighth scholarship program for Post Doctorates: Aviv Landau, who attended a one-year internship at the Center for Information Research at Columbia University, New York. He was chosen after a rigorous selection process by an academic committee: Prof. Asher Ben-Arieh, Prof. Anat Zeira, Prof. Ariel Knafo and Prof. Adina Meir. By the end of 2019, most program graduates had already been employed in standard positions at academic institutions in Israel. The Haruv Institute maintains continuous ties with program graduates through Haruv Fellows and supports their research in various ways. At the fellows meeting held in January 2019, in addition to the inspiring social aspect, scholarship recipients presented their research projects and new research partnerships were formed between cross-generational program graduates.
Budget: ILS 300,000
The Children's Worlds research is an international project seeking to study different aspects of children’s lives from their subjective viewpoint. In 2018 it was decided to try to also learn about the way in which the general child population perceives the phenomenon of abuse and neglect. Current research aims to examine how children perceive the behavior of responsible adults, when viewed as harmful and abusive. This unique project aspires to pioneer in presenting findings. Data was gathered via structured questionnaires from Jewish and Arab children aged 10 and 12 years
enrolled in Israel elementary schools under Ministry of Education supervision. 2,000 children participated and results will be published in Spring of 2020.
Budget: ILS 50,000
SafeCare is an American evidence based program (EBP), whose purpose it is to prevent abuse, neglect and violence towards children (ages 0-5), and reduce recurring reports to welfare services. This structured program is accompanied by a detailed protocol of 18 weekly sessions at the family home. The Haruv Institute assisted program integration in Ashdod Municipality Welfare Department, and accompanied implementation with research. In 2019 research was completed and produced two papers subsequently published in leading professional journals.
Budget: ILS 15,000
ANNUAL REPORT 2019 |
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