A recent comparison of two surveys of Israelis ages 20-29 about overall personal well-being, taken 14 years apart, found a significant improvement in the emotional state of young Arabs, and that Arabs and Jews rely on different factors to determine well-being.
A new study for the Ministry of Finance examines the trends of Arab enrollment in higher education and continued barriers to students' full integration. The study points to gaps in preparation for academia, and the limited spots in popular health-related fields of study.
The second in this IDI series found once again that relations between Jews and Arabs in Israel can be grouped into three levels: Attitudes towards the state and its institutions; relations on the group level, and on the individual level — in day to day relationships.
The number of Arab-led NGOs have increased over the past two decades but the level of civic activity in Arab society does not yet match that in Jewish society.