Indicators for Benevolent Community

Cite As:
Ben-Yosef Shay, Keisar-Shugerman Ayala, Kenett Ron, Gal Reuven, Raveh Ayelet. Indicators for Benevolent Community Haifa Israel: Samuel Neaman Institute, 2022.

This report is the third part [following the report “Characterizing the term ‘Benevolent community’“and "Best Practices (and/or Intervention Programs) for Benevolent Community"]. in the project “Benevolent Community – for Social Mobility, Community Resilience, and Quality of Life – in the 21st Century”.

The project is a joint venture of the (Israel) Joint-Ashalim, the Community Resources Division in the Ministry of Welfare and Social Affairs, and the Rashi Foundation.

The report contains some preliminary remarks about the use of existing measures, suggestions regarding criterions for prioritizing the measures, and recommendations regarding the application and possible linking of the described measures. The report is comprised primarily of measures developed and adjusted to the Israeli socio-cultural context. They refer to three community aspects– social, economic and physical-urban.

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