During the coming year, BMI will support the “Tzahai” initiative, a program designed to empower Ethiopian women to participate in leadership roles in their communities, societies, and political institutions.
After recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, the world plunged into one of its darkest moments in modern history, unveiling fundamental challenges within our society’s political, economic, and social tissues.
The delegation focused on various projects, including a new collaboration between Israel, the United States, Germany, and Tanzania for drinking water.
Black and white differences in subjective survival expectations: An evaluation of competing mechanisms
The result of a collaboration between TAU – BMI, the School of Social and Policy Studies, the Department of Public Policy, Afeka College of Engineering, and the Eilat-Eilot Renewable Energy Company, located in southern Arava.
The 2022 BMI Prize has been awarded to Prof. Axelrod for his outstanding contribution to conflict resolution in its broader sense
BMI will send four representatives to the IIASA-Israel Symposium on Sustainability Pathways empowered by Systems Analysis
IIASA-IL Symposiums will focus on developing strategic solutions using applied systems analysis and how these systems interact with the public and private sectors.
Dr. Umansky & Prof. Sened published an article examining how challenger parties enter the political area and the effect of this entry by looking at the Italian 5 Star Movement (Movimento 5 Stelle – M5S).
The Boris Mints Institute and the International Graduate School of Social Sciences have joined forces to start a new discussion forum inaugurated as the “International Club”.
BMI graduate Dr. Gideon Segev, among six other researchers, won the prestigious R&D 100 award for developing a Solar Fuel Generator Including a Catalytic Mesh
In collaboration with Afeka college and the Eilat-Eilot renewable energies organization
Dr. Nadine Knab representing BMI at the Annual Conference of the British Society of Social Psychology
Post doc Fellow Nadine Knab presented a talk in a symposium at the Annual Conference of the British Society of Social Psychology in London.
Noar Shoher Mada is a project, which gives gifted high-school children a chance to study at a university without going through final exams or SATs.
In emerging economies, billions of people still require access to reliable, safe water supplies. Can Israeli know-how and innovation help? How can we realize this potential on the ground?
As part of the fintech week in Tel Aviv, BMI Fellow Eve Gutterman will moderate a fascinating discussion about the future of Fin-Tech.
Dr. Nadine Knab, a postdoctoral fellow at the Conflict Resolution lab, spoke about her research.
Online workshop co-hosted by Boris MInts Institute and University of Vienna.
The Boris Mints Institute co-hosted a special webinar with NorthWestern University
Covid-19, the Abraham Accords and the 2021 Elections – Israel’s Politics in an Uncertain World
The Boris Mints Institute, in partnership with The Chaim Herzog Institute, organized this special webinar.
Following our webinar: Prof. Trajtenberg’s interview for the Jerusalem Post
The Boris Mints Institute presented a special webinar featuring world-renowned economists and social scientists.